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We've already got FormMail set up for her and a secure entry page, but how can we get that info to just write to a txt file instead of emailing the info to her which is a security risk? (No ASP or PGP or anything like that on her server)
Anybody have any other options aside from shopping carts? She wants to just take reservations online, so really no need for that.
Thanks in advance for any advice!
All in all though, keeping people's CC#s stored in an online text file is every bit as much a security risk as having them emailed to the client, unless (here it comes...) you get a shopping cart type program that can encrypt the CC# file, and decrypt it when viewed from an administration page...
I've heard of a lot more cases of CC#s being stolen from online databases stored on the webserver than I've heard of thieves intercepting emails and stealing CC#s out of them. Since most people *do* store customer CC#s in databases on their servers rather than routing them directly to a dedicated order processing email address, that's where the thieves tend to look.