[ic] Verisign -- please vote with your feet!
mike at perusion.com
Sun Sep 28 13:22:59 EDT 2003
Quoting Chris Wenham (cwenham at synesmedia.com):
> On Sunday 28 September 2003 07:40, scott martin wrote:
> > Hi
> > We currently have a merchant account with Bank America as a bricks &
> > mortar store, who would you recommend, for a payment gateway & ssl
> > certificate? We are in the very early stages of setting up interchange.
> Authorize.Net are a good gateway, and so are NetBilling. These are two that I
> have experience with. Netbilling doesn't have direct support in Interchange
> but I wrote a payment module for it myself that's here:
> I've also heard that NetBilling has an "Authorize.Net emulation mode" so it
> can be used with Interchange's Authorize.Net module, but I haven't tried
> Comodo (http://www.comodogroup.com/) do security certificates for cheaper
> than Verisign or their subsidiary Thawte. I have one customer who uses them
> and is happy. The main disadvantage is that you need to install a new root
> certificate on your web server, and it works in slightly less than 100% of
> all browsers.
These are the choices I am making now as well.
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