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I'm in the process of building a credit card authority form and I'm hoping to get a bit of advice.
I've bought my SSL certificate and I have the form set up and ready to run. I'm just wondering how I should recive the information from the form.
I was thinking of having the form email it to me but that doesn't seem very secure to me. Should the information go straight into a database?
Any thoughts are appreciated.
If you do not know how to program, just get someone to do it for you. The liability isn't worth it IMHO if you do not know what you are doing. Either that, or get some premade thingy that you can just plug your info in.
I was having a bit of a look at PGP, would it be a good idea to have the email encrypted or is this still not secure enough?
I do program using PHP so writing code isn't really an issue.
Most processors require that your server/website is compliant with the associations regulations (I cant remember the acrynomn for the compliance, I want to say CRISP but that that doesn't sound right).
Any particular reason why you want to call in the transactions? Seems like you will be doing a lot more work to process than if you just processed them in real-time?