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Thread began 9/15/2009 10:26 am by bruce364108 | Last modified 2/12/2010 1:20 pm by bruce364108 | 1759 views | 15 replies


Secured Checkout

Hi Jason,

I have made the "checkout.php" secured. But if I use "Paypal checkout" and when it returns to my website - a window pops up - warning the user that it is returning from secured to nonsecured site.

My questions are:

1. Does it suffice to render only my "checkout.php" secured? Does the return from paypal to confirm.php have to be secured too?

2. if yes, how do I make all the confirm.php page secured.

3. Besides confirm.php and checkout.php, which other pages must be secured?

4. Is there any issue if I put the whole site under ssl? i.e. speed issue?

5. How do I put the whole site under ssl? Do I have to undo "$Redirect_redirStr="" back to $Redirect_redirStr="checkout.php"?

Thank you.

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