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Encrypted Credit Card Number – How to de-crypt?

  • Hi,

    I’m using the HTTPS for wordpress, and have an ssl certificate installed on my site. I only use it for the credit-card-info site that we send out to clients who then fill out the form and send us their data which we process then offline.

    What happens is that the credit card number comes through like this:

    “4.56789045678E+15” – it has an E+ in it to cover up some numbers, obviously that’s the encrypted number. BUT how do we now receive the full credit card number? They still need it for processing the customers.. we’re processing their info offline.

    Appreciate any help!! I am new to SSL certificates and https so I don’t really know what to do.

    http://www.cabinasjimenez.com is the website. The credit card sit is http://www.cabinasjimenez.com/credit-card-information/

    Thanks…

    J

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-https/

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