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PayPal Classifies Its Own Email as Phishing Attempt.
Outlines poor security practices.
In an ironic twist of faith, PayPal security staff mistakenly concluded that a legit email message sent by the company was a phishing attack. The message was forwarded back to them by a security professional who wanted to raise awareness about insecure practices.
PayPal Classifies Its Own Email as Phishing Attempt - Outlines poor security practices - Softpedia
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