PayPal Bug Could Let Attackers Steal Money With One Click


    A security researcher claims to have discovered an unpatched vulnerability in PayPal's money transfer service that could allow attackers to steal money, with a single click

    Clickjacking refers to a technique where a user is tricked into clicking on what looks like an innocent button on a webpage, with the goal of the hacker being to fool the user into thinking that they are clicking a real button.


    The user is routed to another page, causing the already logged web browser to transfer funds to the PayPal controlled by the hacker.

    All this happens with the account simple on the click of a button.

    If you want someone from out Team to help you see if you have any PayPal vulnerabilities, click the button below and we'll check your systems.

    May 24, 2022 | by [email protected]