Paypal goes security wild

While we still wait for banks to actually roll this out, Paypal has gone and one-upped security. You now can buy a security fob for two-factor authentication. This is the same as what many corporations use now to log into their corporate VPNs with RSA SecurIDs. Basically you have a code that you know. Then you have a rotating code on the security key. When you add them together based on time, then you can get in, otherwise you’re locked out. This gives any hacker only 30 seconds (in Paypal’s case) to break your password before it changes to a new one.
Cost for regular users of Paypal? Five bucks. Business owners get it for free. So what’s stopping you from protecting your Paypal account?
Via SecurityFocus