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IS TDE PCI-Compliant?

According to PCI PAN can be stored in the database as long as strong cryptography is used. I couldn't find which cryptography is considered strong according to PCI. Here's the issue: I have PAN ...
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1answer
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Is using RC4-MD5/RC4-SHA as SSL ciphers enough for most purpose?

In the AWS ELB, I have uploaded a cert and only selected "RC4-MD5" + "RC4-SHA" as the ciphers and scored A in the ssltest [1] If I using the default ELB setting, I can only score a C Since I am not ...
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Senario:SSL Enabled Online Banking Application. Question: Should card numbers be provided back to a user un-masked, when there is a failed login?

For an online banking application with SSL enabled, should card numbers be provided back to the user unmasked, when there is a failed login. Would this be a violation of PCI DSS 3.3 or not as the ...
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If I host a web form which submits CC details to a provider, are there PCI implications form host?

I'm wondering if anyone has any thoughts on a specific question I have. I read a lot about systems that 'store, process, submit' CC data requiring compliance. If I host a form on my website which ...
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1answer
354 views

Which PCI DSS SAQ applies when you don't store store but transmit CHD?

We have a merchant website that uses Authorize.net's AIM. Cardholder data (credit card number, expiration date, etc.) is entered at our website. Then it's transmitted to payment gateway and isn't ...
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Minimum requrements for storing last 4 digits of credit card number?

We have a merchant website that uses Autorize.net's CIM and AIM. Our users may have multiple credit cards so we'd want to give them opportunity to distinguish between credit cards that they use on ...
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2answers
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Is this way of using Authorize.net's CIM PCI compliant?

We have a webapp where Authorize.NET's CIM and AIM are used for payment operations. When user buys something at first time he enters his CC number and other billing information at our site. This ...
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2answers
142 views

Security of asymmetrical decrypting proxy

I'm thinking about the safest possible way to store secure data (eg. Credit Card numbers) with a requirement of sending them in clear text to third party API (so hashing doesn't come into play). I've ...
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2answers
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How can I report an ecommerce site in violation of security practices?

I ordered a product from a website and found that their invoice display page is completely un-protected with the order id in the query string and merely incrementing the number exposes every order. ...
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3answers
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Where's the security when a payment gateway let website handle Credit Card detail

Has anyone worked with eWay payment gateway before? Basically, there's a service endpoint where you post the customer's detail and credit card details from the web application after the browser sends ...
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2answers
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Payment gateway integration, any security considerations?

I'm interested in understanding what security considerations there are around implementing a payment gateway. I have, so far, thought of: having a SSL Cert is a MUST. logging actions is critical. ...
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Securing an E-commerce site

I'm building a custom e-commerce site, and the user will input their credit card details on the site instead of being directed to the payment gateway's site. I'm confused as to what the critical ...