miller60 writes "Phishing scammers are actively exploiting a security flaw in the PayPal web site to steal credit card numbers belonging to PayPal users. The scam tricks users into accessing a URL hosted on the genuine PayPal site, which presents a valid 256-bit SSL certificate confirming that the site belongs to PayPal. However, some of the content on the page has been modified by the fraudsters via a cross-site scripting technique, and victims are redirected to a spoof site that requests their account details."
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