Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module A212. This topic is presented on public courses Deploying LAMP - Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/PHP
, Linux Web Server
If you're accepting orders on line, you'll want to your customers to be able to pay by credit card. This module studies the options available to you and the security and other issues involved.
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|2097||PHP Course - for hobby / club / charity users.|
Are you looking after a PHP based web site but want to do more with it? Perhaps it's the web site for your cricket club, your local school, or a charity or special interest group you work with?
What is this course all about?
Traditionally, our courses have run during the week and been aimed at commercial ...
|1840||Validating Credit Card Numbers|
It's standard practise for on line bookings these days to take credit or debit card details as a booking security, and we're no exception at Well House Manor - our hotel for business visitors to Melksham, Wiltshire. There are very many security issues involved, and I am not going to describe what we ...
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If you wanted to prevent Joe Bloggs from attacking John Smith, you would have two choices. You could restrain Joe Bloggs, or you could protect John Smith. In other words, you could apply the security near to John Smith, or far from him. Trying to apply the security halfway would be ineffective - if ...
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Topics covered in this module
Using a secure server for credit card details.
What is SSL and https?.
How can you use https?.
Programming implications for using a secure service.
Programming to use an electronic payment system.
Credit card agreements.
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