Hosting a secure image for PayPal checkout

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PayPal is constantly fighting off fraudulent attempts by hackers to gain access to their system and/or their users information. At some point there was a genius who managed to do something nefarious through the PayPal users logo image, so now this image must be served from a secure server (a website/server starting with https, meaning the data transfered is encrypted in transit).

Of course, many people are using PayPal because they don't have a secure server, so unless you want the generic PayPal logo over your checkout pages you have to find one to be able to use a custom logo.

SSLpic is here to solve that issue - this single function website allows you to upload your image, which is then hosted on their secure server. You get the code back to enter in PayPal, and voila, you're done.


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