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Re: Could i use tor to login Paypal?
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Wow our first targeted phishing scam! I don't know whether to be
impressed or upset. An unverifiable PGP key and all!
Good job Blue...
> Fabian Keil schrieb:
>> A month ago PayPal took my account hostage because they
>> fantasised to have reason to believe a third person had access to
>> There were no unauthorised transactions, therefore I'm sure it's
>> a false alarm.
>> Of course they didn't tell me their reason, but I assume it's a
>> stupid one. I wouldn't be surprised if it was because a change of
>> exit nodes while I was logged in.
> My business paypal account is locked to reduced functionality too
> directly after loggin in via tor. Now i have to bring additional
> papers to proof identity again.
> I think they're checking the source ip against the registered home
> country. So if i call from Australia (i.e. Exit Node), but i'm
> registered to be living in France, they do like this. On one hand a
> cool security thing, on the other hand a bad side effect of tor...
> Currently i stuck at reduced paypal account.
> (There were no transactions in this time)
Frivolous lawsuits. Unlawful government seizures. It's a scary world
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