Let me preface this by saying most of this stuff is WAY WAY over my head and I really just kinda stumble through WordPress…
One of our web pages contains a contact form (Contact Form 7) that asks for credit card info. The form is emailed through the site to me. I wanna make sure this is secure so I’m in compliance and their info is safe. I don’t understand encryption, SSL, certificates, any of this.
I’ve tried searching plugins and thought I found one that sounded right (WordPress HTTPS), but can’t tell if I got it to work or not (doubt it).
Then installed another one that sounds like it may be what I need (wp2pgpmail) and it asks for my PGP public key – no idea what that is. 🙁
I’m just trying to find a way to make our current contact form safe to use but have no clue how. I’m afraid to mess around too much and then somehow screw up my site completely. Can someone tell me if there’s a plugin to use with my current form? Thank you!
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