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PayPal is NOT asking for your bank details. It is Trustly that is asking for your bank details. Trustly is a Swedish company. It operates in Sweden, Finland, Poland, and a few other companies. They have an agreements with Paypal to provide options to top up your Paypal account (similar agreements are made with Skrill/Moneybookers). This is not a scam. Now ...


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As far as I understood, the question is whether you would use your own, "real" account, a freshly created account or a test account provided by the bank. From my experience, any company wants to limit the potential impact when doing penetration tests. Therefore, they probably won't be happy if you start attacking their production systems. Just imagine what ...



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