Less than 1 week –
Less than 10 hrs/week –
We need a Firefox or Chrome plug-in developer to develop a little plug-in for only one of the two browsers (either Firefox or Chrome, compatible with at least Windows and Mac) in order to achieve the following thing:
When the user is on a PayPal express checkout page such as this one, https://www.paypal.com/fr/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_flow&SESSION=K4mZC.....f83egDsu_gcMe&dispatch=50a222a57771920b6a3d7b606239e....5df9729c4c3c2b2 (it looks like this: http://img.pcserv.info/images/chrmplg.jpg), he should be able to right click from a textfield, and there should be a simple entry in the menu entitled "Input company's PayPal logins".
Once the user has clicked on this entry, the email and password should be filled automatically, but they should not use the clipboard. They should basically fill in like Lastpass does. The user should not be able to see/retrieve the password (though he will of course see the email since it's not hidden).
In addition to that, there should be some security measures added to the plugin:
* This auto-fill should only work on the express checkout page, it should not work in the normal login fields on PayPal's homepage or other pages.
* The plug-in should prevent the user from going to main PayPal homepage and account pages during one minute after the menu entry has been clicked.
* The plug-in should automatically clean/reset all cookies one minute after the menu entry has been clicked.
* The username and password of the PayPal account should be embedded into the code, and modifiable by us so we can recompile with updated password when it changes.
The usage of this plug-in is obvious: it is to allow company's employees to pay for invoices via express checkout without being able to access the main account. Indeed, PayPal had the brilliant idea to offer additional users but the latter do not work with checkout pages ;-)
If you believe that you have the skills to develop such a plugin, please kindly apply with your rate ...