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PayPal is the faster, safer way to pay and get paid online, via a mobile device and in store. The service gives people simpler ways to send money without sharing financial information, and with the flexibility to pay using their account balances, bank accounts, credit cards or promotional financing. With 173 million active accounts in 203 markets and 26 currencies around the world, PayPal enables global commerce, processing more than 7.7 million payments every day. Because PayPal helps people transact anytime, anywhere and in any way, the company is a driving force behind the growth of mobile commerce and processed $46 billion in mobile payments in 2014. PayPal is headquartered in San Jose, Calif. and its international headquarters is located in Singapore.

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PAYPAL XSS FLAW OPENS DOOR TO ATTACKS

None | September 03, 2015

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A stored XSS vulnerability in PayPal has been uncovered that leaves the e-payment service open for hackers to upload maliciously crafted files, capable of performing attacks on registered users of the service....

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PAYPAL COUGHS UP $7.6 MILLION AFTER PROCESSING PAYMENTS TO WMD SUSPECTS

None | March 27, 2015

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PayPal has agreed to pay the US government $7.6m after processing multiple transactions in violation of American sanctions....

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PAYPAL BUYS PREDICTIVE SECURITY FIRM CYACTIVE

Infosecurity Magazine | March 12, 2015

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Online payments giant PayPal is set to beef up its anti-malware capabilities with the acquisition of predictive security vendor CyActive and the founding of a new security center in Israel. PayPal CTO James Barrese claimed in a blog post that the acquisition would “bring great talent and immediately add ‘future-proof’ technology” to the firm’s payment platform. “With CyActive, we’ll have even more ways to proactively predict and prevent security threats ...

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CYBER SECURITY FIRM FINDS 'MULTIPLE VULNERABILITIES' IN TIK TOK SECURITY

abc6onyourside | January 15, 2020

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A cybersecurity firm tested the security of Tik Tok and found "multiple vulnerabilities" in the app's code, allowing for security loopholes and hacking accounts. Check Point Research published their findings on the app, showing the security concerns. The firm's research shows they were able to manipulate code to mess with accounts' contents, delete and upload videos without the account owner's consent, make previously "hidden" videos public, and access persona...

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PAYPAL XSS FLAW OPENS DOOR TO ATTACKS

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A stored XSS vulnerability in PayPal has been uncovered that leaves the e-payment service open for hackers to upload maliciously crafted files, capable of performing attacks on registered users of the service....

Read More
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PAYPAL COUGHS UP $7.6 MILLION AFTER PROCESSING PAYMENTS TO WMD SUSPECTS

None | March 27, 2015

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PAYPAL BUYS PREDICTIVE SECURITY FIRM CYACTIVE

Infosecurity Magazine | March 12, 2015

Online payments giant PayPal is set to beef up its anti-malware capabilities with the acquisition of predictive security vendor CyActive and the founding of a new security center in Israel. PayPal CTO James Barrese claimed in a blog post that the acquisition would “bring great talent and immediately add ‘future-proof’ technology” to the firm’s payment platform. “With CyActive, we’ll have even more ways to proactively predict and prevent security threats ...

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CYBER SECURITY FIRM FINDS 'MULTIPLE VULNERABILITIES' IN TIK TOK SECURITY

abc6onyourside | January 15, 2020

A cybersecurity firm tested the security of Tik Tok and found "multiple vulnerabilities" in the app's code, allowing for security loopholes and hacking accounts. Check Point Research published their findings on the app, showing the security concerns. The firm's research shows they were able to manipulate code to mess with accounts' contents, delete and upload videos without the account owner's consent, make previously "hidden" videos public, and access persona...

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