• Resolved brandynf

    (@brandynf)


    Hello,

    Just curious if this plugin is using Accept.JS to accept payments? Also, is this plugin using Authorize.net’s hosted embedded form? Just making sure I have the right information to determine which PCI compliance questionnaire needs to be completed.

    Thanks!

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  • Plugin Author mohsinoffline

    (@mohsinoffline)

    Hi there,

    Thanks for reaching out. The plugin does not use Accept.js unfortunately. It used to earlier when we implemented Authorize.Net’s Payments API, however since those are not open source it goes against WordPress.org’s plugin policies and we had to revert to the custom implementation of AIM method. The Enterprise version of the plugin does use Accept.js with the latest payments API.

    Mohsin

    Thread Starter brandynf

    (@brandynf)

    Hi there,

    Thanks for the clarification on that! As a follow up, is there anything sensitive that is saved in the database like card numbers? If so, what tables should I look in for that info?

    Thank you!

    Plugin Author mohsinoffline

    (@mohsinoffline)

    No, there is no sensitive information at all that is saved on your site. It is only the transaction ID and last 4 digits of the card number that are ever logged.

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