An attacker able to trick a user with a valid Paypal session into clicking a crafted version of the link below (wouldn’t be hard, think a link on an eBay auction listing or a phishing e-mail for example) could hijack the user’s session and initiate financial transactions on their behalf including money transfers. Alternatively this legitimate URL could be used to redirect the user to a spoofed PayPal web site designed to steal user credentials, which is a fairly common scam except in this case more effective as the user would see an actual PayPal URL to click on.
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