Guest Posted January 2, 2005 Share Posted January 2, 2005 Hi Guys, a basic question. I know php has a lot to do with encription/security, does the fact that php scripts, write details to a dbserver mean that the read write process is secure in itself? I've currently purchased some shared ssl space, should I install the whole catalog to this web space so that all pages are secure by default? or only certain ones? I'm going to use a form of offline cc processing. have read a really good post from secretagent on how help secure this using contributions: EZ" Secure Order & Customer Viewing for osCommerce CVV for cc.php Clear CC number from orders The bit I'm unclear on is when the php script is secure-encrypted/(transmitting secure details) what then is the purpose of ssl. Is it esentialy another layer of security over and above the php scripts. Forgive the dumbness I'm still a newbie, Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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