On Tuesday 13 August 2002 10:29, Justin French wrote:

> Needless to say, this is not light work.  You should seriously consider
> paying someone to do this properly for -- at least the first time, and try
> to learn off them.  You should spend lots of time talking with your host
> about security holes, and most importantly, you should destroy the cc
> details as soon as you no longer need them -- 20 cc#'s stored is less
> desirable to a hacker than 2000, or 20,000 cc#'s.

But how would the person breaking in know how many CC#'s you were storing? 
Reminds me of the signs that you see in some stores -- "Our staff do not have 
access to the safe". 

So you can have on your website "Hackers please note we only store twenty 
credit card numbers at any one time" :)

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
Open Source Software Systems Integrators
* Web Design & Hosting * Internet & Intranet Applications Development *

[The French Riviera is] a sunny place for shady people.
                -- Somerset Maugham

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