Just days after PayPal announce security devices to generate one time passwords to protect users accounts they have yet another security flaw. The SSL certificate used to verify that the PayPal site is secure is again warning users that PayPal is not a trusted site.
This is by no means the first time PayPal have had problems with certificates, in the past they have had issues with non-secure images on SSL pages caused by third party banner adverts. It really is time a company handling financial transactions for over 100 million users got their act together on security. All the time users logging into the genuine PayPal site get warnings they have no option but to ignore if they need to perform transactions it’s no wonder they also fall for phishing sites.