Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Security So Good IT Keeps Customers Out

Remember all that promotional hullabaloo about the PayPal electronic security key?

We protect your account with one of the highest levels of online security available.

Now, add an extra layer of security when you log in with the PayPal Security Key. It’s easy, secure, and portable – so you can access your account from just about anywhere.

The PayPal Security Key is available for a special nonrefundable fee of $5 USD (including shipping and handling). There are no monthly service fees or hidden costs. You can order replacements for the same fee.

Here is a link to the June 2007 PayPal press release
The PayPal Security Key is a small electronic token that generates a unique security code approximately every 30 seconds. Members can use this code, along with their user name and password, to sign into both their eBay and PayPal accounts, helping to prevent unauthorized users from accessing them.

As we all know eBay and PayPal, winners of the 2007 "Dubya's Heckova Good Job Award" are truly technological movers and shakers. They will be presented with their award in a White House Ceremony next Monday.

Meanwhile, overworked techs are diligently working to restore access and unlock the doors so the paying customers can get in. Hopefully they can get IT patched up by Monday.

Y'all come back

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