PayPal Transactions Security
Keywords:PayPal, Security, Malware, Public-Key, Private-Key, Cryptography, XSS, Man-in-the-Middle
AbstractRecent threads to prominent organizations and companies have greatly increased the need for information security. Many measures have been designed and developed to guard against threats from outsider attacks. Technologies are actively implemented to prohibit such attacks that could actively prohibit rogue connections. In this paper, common vulnerabilities for PayPal transactions identified as well as solutions for defending against them.
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