A security researcher in Finland has discovered a cross-site scripting vulnerability on paypal.com that would allow hackers to carry out highly plausible attacks, adding their own content to the site and stealing credentials from users.
The vulnerability is made worse by the fact that the affected page uses an Extended Validation SSL certificate, which causes the browser’s address bar to turn green, assuring visitors that the site – and its content – belongs to PayPal. Two years ago, a similar vulnerability was discovered on a different page of the PayPal site, which also used an SSL certificate.
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După nici şase luni de la anunţul iniţial de lansare a serviciilor de plăţi online şi în România, Paypal a extins serviciile, astfel încât de acum şi românii pot accepta plăţi prin PayPal.
Azi am primit un mesaj foarte îmbucurător de la PayPal:
Dear Stefaniu Criste,
We are pleased to announce the following changes to your PayPal account:
In a few months from now, PayPal users in Italy and users in the Card Withdrawal Regions (listed below) will be able to withdraw funds from their PayPal accounts through credit, debit and/or pre-paid cards that show the Visa or MasterCard logo.
If, until now, you have only been able to send funds with your PayPal account, these changes mean that soon you will also be able to receive and withdraw funds through PayPal using credit, debit and/or pre-paid cards with the Visa or MasterCard logos. The User Agreement will be amended for users in the Card Withdrawal Regions and it will also contain provisions for those who may already have these features.
The Card Withdrawal Regions include: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Gibraltar, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Aşadar, peste numai câteva luni vom accepta plăţi prin PayPal.
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