[ic] Credit Card numbers Stored Encrypted in SQL Database - N
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Thu, 26 Apr 2001 08:03:56 -0700
I agree. What you're saying is true - there is a risk that a merchant could
All I'm saying, though, is that the merchant should be able to decide what
level of risk he/she is willing to assume.
To stay competitive, it may be necessary for merchants to take on some risk.
And consumers appear to be okay with the idea of a trusted merchant keeping
their CC# data - how many people do you know that avoid shopping at
Amazon.com because they store the CC#?
From: Robert Brandtjen
Sent: 4/25/2001 10:17 PM
Subject: Re: [ic] Credit Card numbers Stored Encrypted in SQL Database - N o
on 4/25/01 3:00 PM, Webb, Malcolm at email@example.com wrote:
> I understand that there are security issues with storing CC#s in the
> there is no evidence to indicate that consumers will pick a safer site
> one that offers a more convenient buying experience.
Hmm, ask egghead about that one, I have LOTS of friends who got their
ripped by them storing them on their server, and, as if that wasn't
whatever they were using as an ecommerce tool, all you had to do was
the source up in navigator , edit the pricing and then reload it and hit
send button - voila! a new computer for 20.00 instead of 2000.00
>From a practical standpoint, you could be held liable for the monetary
damages, you also become more of a hacker's target if they know you are
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