[ic] Credit Card numbers Stored Encrypted in SQL Database - No Answer Yet

David Wilson david@wwns.com
Wed, 25 Apr 2001 14:59:42 -0500 (CDT)

Would someone please explain what zero risk is?  Any time card numbers
are stored there is the possibility of finding a crack for the file, or 
the encryption keys stored elsewhere.  My thought is let the card 
processors keep the info and stay as far away from that battle as is 
possible.  Am I off base here?


Russ Mann wrote...
> So, correct me if I'm wrong, but because of the RH takeover, IC looses
> functionality?  There is ZERO risk involved with storing CC#'s on disk if
> they're ENCRYPTED, Which is precisely what I'm trying to do.  It worked just
> fine in MV....

David R. Wilson  WB4LHO
World Wide Network Services
Nashville, Tennessee USA