[ic] Dumb security question
Fri, 30 Mar 2001 20:52:22 +0100
I'd be interested in knowing how to set up a system like this, too. I want to
be able to just send a confirmation email to my sales rep, who will then log
in via a secure connection to retrieve credit card details.
I know linux is supposed to be secure, and that any file with the permissions
set correctly should only be visible to authorised users, but would it not be
sensible to encrypt the data, just in case? The data should also be deleted
automatically once the rep has retrieved it.
Does IC have this facility? I would have thought it would be a fairly
standard setup. Has anybody found a way to implement it?
> I've been through the archives, and didn't see an answer and being new
> some things, wonder:
> I have a web site with access to a secure server (https://yadda...).
> I do not have PGP here or on the server.
> I need the order info emailed or, can a salesrep login and access sales
> info, including credit card info without PGP? I.E., will credit card
> data stored on server (encrypted I assume) be de-cypted when authorized
> user accesses data?
> Lastly, I noted (in the archives) a problem between IE and secure
> servers and IC
> ). Has this been corrected?
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