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Securing Checkout function Powerstor 4.5

Thread began 3/02/2012 12:22 pm by admin140217 | Last modified 3/03/2012 5:02 pm by Ray Borduin | 645 views | 3 replies |


Securing Checkout function Powerstor 4.5

I have read alot about secure certificates in various posts but I haven't really seen the answer I'm looking for (I may have missed it)

I am using PowerStore 4.5 and want to make sure the store's checkout processes are secure. I have purchased the secure certificate and am ready to modify what I need to but I'm not sure where to modify to do this.

I am looking secure everything after the Checkout button is clicked. We are using as the payment gateway so CC info is entered on the site and then processed.

Could you tell me where I need to make the changes and on what pages they need to change to enable the security of the certificate?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you should not need to make any changes.

the checkout page includes code that will check to see if SSL is installed on the server, the redirect to the page using the HTTPS address. this should happen automatically without any code change being made as long as your host has installed the SSL certificate on your server.

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Not seeing HTTPS

Jason, thanks for the reply but I'm not seeing the security, that is I don't see the site URL using HTTPS when getting to the checkout point. I should be seeing it when I get to payment info and I'm not.

The URL of the store is store

Am I misunderstanding how the code you mention should work on the checkout pages?

I can physically type HTTPS and it stays but it's not happening automatically.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I have opened a support incident so that we can look into this with you. I see it is not redirecting to https like it should. Please update the support incident with ftp information so we can debug it on your site and make sure that it works properly.

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