PayPal has fixed a flaw in its website to block a sophisticated scam designed to obtain sensitive data from members, the payment service said on Friday.
By exploiting the flaw, attackers were able to redirect people from a PayPal web page to an online trap located in South Korea, a representative for the service said.
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