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    Default Session has timed out

    I get to the paypal site and enter my password - but then when clicking "pay" I get this message:

    Your session has timed out, please log in again.


    And it continues to happen.

    What is wrong?

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    Default Re: Session has timed out

    What is the URL in the browser when you go to click "Pay" ?
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    Default Re: Session has timed out

    I think I have figured it out. It works fine as long as the shop is opened in a new window, and not in a frame of the main site.

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    Default Re: Session has timed out

    Correct.

    PayPal transactions may NOT be run inside frames or with URL masking.
    PayPal will treat those as security risks and prevent the transaction.
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