For those who don’t already know, PayPal has introduced a new “Security Key” that “generates a unique one-time-use password every 30 seconds, which you use along with your username and regular password to log into your account.” Consumerist gives us a hands-on look after the jump.

This way, even if phishers get your login and password, they won’t be able to log into your paypal account without the oft-changing key generated by your hardware

[via Gizmodo]

For those who don’t already know, PayPal has introduced a new “Security Key” that “generates a unique one-time-use password every 30 seconds, which you use along with your username and regular password to log into your account.” Consumerist gives us a hands-on look after the jump.

This way, even if phishers get your login and password, they won’t be able to log into your paypal account without the oft-changing key generated by your hardware

[via Gizmodo]