>>>>> "RDM" == R David Murray <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
RDM> On Thu, 8 Jun 2000, Bill Anderson wrote:
>> Personally, I would store the actual data on a seperate server,
>> not accessible to the public.
RDM> Mmm. Yes, that makes it more secure. Still leaves the
RDM> question of encryption/decryption of the data and key
RDM> management, but it makes the cracking a lot less likely. And
RDM> Steve's EMarket product is designed for that scenario.
RDM> I'd like to also have a one-box solution, though. Based on
RDM> some comments by one of the eTailor folks I'm now trying to
RDM> see if I can structure the user/merchant interface so that
RDM> the server doesn't need to decrypt the stuff without human
When I was originally setting up EMarket I wanted to do a 'two-box'
solution, but I only had one box handy at the moment. I set up a
second Zope instance on the same box to handle transactions (behind
apache-ssl) and it worked pretty well for testing. Of course if you
have only one box for production, you could use the same setup. So
there's no reason to make a solution 'one box' or 'two box', but it
could be 'one box.. two Zopes!'. ;-)
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