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I was doing a video chat with my friend on skype...suddenly a msg from someone called ''sys'' appeared in our chat....here's the msg: ''

[10/04/12 3:21:15 PM] sys: Available commands:

/me [text] /topic [text] /

add [skypename+] /

alertson [text] /alertsoff /

leave /get creator /

get role /whois [skypename] /

setrole [skypename] MASTER|HELPER|USER|LISTENER /

kick [skypename] /kickban [skypename] /

get uri /get options /set options [[+|-]flag] .. /

setpassword [password] [password hint] /clearpassword /

get password_hint /get banlist /get allowlist /set banlist [[+|-]mask] .. /

set allowlist [[+|-]mask] .. /golive [token] /invite [skypename]

/fork [skypename+] /undoedit /help For more help please see http://www.skype.com/go/help.chathelp''

 

What does that means?? why is that happened?? did someone just hacked in our chat?? what can I do?? Please help me out

 

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Accepted by Elaine (Moderator)
‎28-08-2015 11:00
Nothing to worry about here: It's just the output of the "/help" chat command. If you start a chat message with that it will output all available commands.

To answer your question: Skype chat is encrypted end to end, so there is no way to manipulate it in between. See here: http://www.skype.com/intl/en-us/security/detailed-security/#encryption

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Accepted by Elaine (Moderator)
‎28-08-2015 11:00
That message you received was a help message automatically generated by the Skype System account. The message contains all the Skype commands that can be used in a chatt. That message can be generated by an incorrect Skype command or by typing /help. All Skype commands begin with /. I've generated that message before. Noone hacked your chatt, that was an automatic message. Did you type / before the text in a message you were trying to type? If so, there's your answer.

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Novel Adventurer

hello im also worried about people hacking into my skype convosations if someone has id just complain to the people here at skype id try call the person who sentyou the message or just compleatly ignor it make sure to go on your privacy settings and change them so that only people in your contact list can contact you also just a quick question how was youusing skype was you on a windows computor or mac and also does your computor have an uptodate security softwear

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I just doing video chat with my friend...my video was on...while my friend didnt....and we just chat with message...didnt spoke a word.....and I typed something but it didnt appeared on our chat....instead, the message just appeared...my friend couldnt read it...only I read it.....People said it's just a hidden message...when u type "/hr'', the message appears.....I am not sure...Im using mac and I dont think I did updateed sercutiry softwear....so worry

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Accepted by Elaine (Moderator)
‎28-08-2015 11:00
Nothing to worry about here: It's just the output of the "/help" chat command. If you start a chat message with that it will output all available commands.

To answer your question: Skype chat is encrypted end to end, so there is no way to manipulate it in between. See here: http://www.skype.com/intl/en-us/security/detailed-security/#encryption

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‎28-08-2015 11:00
That message you received was a help message automatically generated by the Skype System account. The message contains all the Skype commands that can be used in a chatt. That message can be generated by an incorrect Skype command or by typing /help. All Skype commands begin with /. I've generated that message before. Noone hacked your chatt, that was an automatic message. Did you type / before the text in a message you were trying to type? If so, there's your answer.
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