Rule no. 1 => Never save the cc-numbers in an online database.

Regards,
Sumarlidi E. Dadason

SED - Graphic Design
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-----Original Message-----
From: adrian [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:adrian.murphy@;2020tourism.com] 
Sent: 4. nůvember 2002 16:41
To: adrian [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [PHP] storing cc details in mysql


Sorry forgot to say we do have a secure server.

----- Original Message -----
From: "adrian [EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 4:37 PM
Subject: [PHP] storing cc details in mysql


Hi,
I know this is an old chestnut and i am going thru archives
and googling as well.
anyhoo, my small company recently decided that live cc processing was
too expensive for our needs (this has to do with us being based in
ireland where there is a problem with the banks -they only deal with one
irish company to process and its too expensive for us - don't really
know the details but thats what i was told). so we're going to store the
cc numbers and process manually(we're a small company at present so
we're not talking 1000's of numbers just yet). i'd appreciate anyones
experience or advice regarding storing in a mysql db - articles etc.. i
also have the option of using postgres (haven't used it before)  if
anyone thinks i should. as a side note - i notice that phpshop stores cc
numbers in mysql.any thoughs on that - i.e. is it a good example of how
it should be done.

many thanx,
adrian murphy



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