For what it's worth, I just got this alarming alert message when attempting to login, and was forced to change my password. In my case, I think what triggered it was having my standard laptop that I typically use, at a different location, with a different IP address, as I was not at my home office, with it's static never changing IP address, at that time I logged into PayPal. So, perhaps the changed IP address triggered it, as that was indeed unusual for me. So, if you find you're having this problem often, perhaps you can find out from your Internet Service provider if you can get a static never changing IP address, to avoid these sorts of triggers. Just a guess... Oh, also 2 other thoughts: - If you're web browser has ad-blockers, or has 'prevent cross-site tracking' (in my Safari web browser) or frequently cleared cookies/cache, perhaps that also can be a trigger. To avoid this, I've found it very easy to use Google Chrome, make a separate 'profile', that never has cookies/cache cleared, nor has any blockers of any kind, and that is nice and stable, and works great with financial type web sites that are hyper-security conscious. That might help. - For dealing with passwords, EVERYONE in this day and age should use a good high quality trusted 'password management utility' such as BitWarden (free, or $10/yr if you want extra features like having a built in authentication app). Not only does it make your life easier, you can also use VERY strong randomized and unique passwords, and it's also super easy to change them as frequently as you want, and then you can have it sync'd to all of your devices so you ALWAYS have all your sensitive information both safe, and available easily to you, as well as super easy to change the passwords anywhere, anytime.
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Howdy, Yes, I have the exact same issue, had to switch to using FireFox a few times to get things done. Now, I've also found if I click on the different links at the top of the page, I can get to the various sub-pages, however, the main 'dashboard' page still doesn't work right, only shows everything like normal for a split-second as page is loading, then goes blank for all the content in the middle, and only the top/bottom headers/footers remain visible. FireFox still seems to work fine. Same Safari :Version 12.1.2 (14607.3.9) running on macOS 10.14.6 Mojave. I'm in the USA, and using a PayPal business account also. Not sure what the issue is, and not sure exactly when, but I guess this problem started about 1-2 months ago, no changes on macOS or Safari during that time, so, must be something with PayPal.
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