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+ - PayPal security holes expose customer card data, personal details ->

Submitted by mask.of.sanity
mask.of.sanity (1228908) writes "Dangerous website flaws have been discovered in PayPal that grant attackers access to customer credit card data, account balances and purchase histories.

The holes still exist. One was publicly disclosed after a failed effort in July to responsibly disclose them under PayPal's bug bounty program.

PayPal is working to close the holes."

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PayPal security holes expose customer card data, personal details

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