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Brett
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Skins (or shirts) aside, Paypal attempts to attach a cookie when you log in to CoinPeople.

 

My wife is the system manager here. She has a couple of degrees and Microsoft certifications and she is currently working on yet another degree, this one in Computer Security. (She just completed the first term, carrying 20 semester hours and pulling a perfect 4-point. :ninja: I took 9 hours -- Logic; Ethics; MS Access -- and got a 3.9, so I have no props around here now. ;) ) Anyway, on my computer, I had no idea what was happening on CoinPeople.Com regarding Paypal. However, this morning, I logged in on the Server (waiting for breakfast; the Server is closest to the kitchen) and bingo! I got two warnings and I elected to block the cookies.

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