PayPal introduces security token

Tuesday, 13 February 2007, 4:24 PM EST

Online finance service PayPal, which is used by many people on eBay to pay for items, is introducing a security token to tackle fraud.

The $5 (£2.57) token generates a random, six-digit code every 30 seconds which is then used as part of the login process for the website.

At the BBC.

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