Have Skype, there is one feature: if you run the program on two computers at the same time, and login under the same user on each computer can
a) to see the whole text conversation which leads the person on the other computer
b) to load conversation history from any source over any time period
The problem is that on running on the second computer copies of Skype, the first computer knows nothing. Because of this, any person who steals the password is invisible for the user to read the current correspondence, and view history. And the story is not since the current password was set, but all of the previous. Plus, a thief can go on Skype in invisible mode, when the owner sleeps, and load a history with being online ever.
Questions I have a few, in order not to produce topics:
1) are there ways to know that the current chat session in the moment someone looks at besides yours?
2) are there ways to know that someone went on Skype during your absence and show the story of someone's you conversations?
3) are there ways to circumvent these threats technical way? (except for drastic — chat on Skype in text mode)