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Whether you’re a developer seeking an integrated payment solution or a business owner searching for a credit card processing partner, the security of cardholder data should be at the top of your checklist. When processing and storing credit card data via a terminal, the payment processing security standard can vary.READ MORE
If you’re a software developer, you’re constantly evaluating ways to round out your product with new features and integrations. You want your software to be competitive and achieve market parity, which requires a constant race to develop the key features your customers need and additional features they’ll love.READ MORE
An API, or application program interface, is the set of protocols and tools that let different types of software interface with each other. Developers use APIs to avoid reinventing the wheel every time they want to offer a new feature. Facebook’s API allows users to log onto other sites using their Facebook login credentials, for example. Mailchimp offers a popular API for email list management. And as you may have guessed, PayJunction also offers an API for payment processing.READ MORE
Right now, if you’re using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 protocols, you’re at risk for a data breach. A number of vulnerabilities have been found in this early encryption protocol, causing the card brands to require a security upgrade in order for businesses to meet the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) moving forward.READ MORE
If you’re an independent software vendor (ISV) who is evaluating payment APIs, you have much to consider. There might be a number of Payment Gateways seeking integration with your software; or maybe you want to offer your customers several partners to choose from, but you don’t know where to start.READ MORE
If you’ve been to an arcade, you’ve likely dealt with tokens. When you enter the arcade, you trade legal tender for tokens, which can be used to play at the arcade but have no value outside the establishment. If you win a game, you earn tickets to cash in on a prize of your choice. But you can’t use the tickets elsewhere, they have no value outside the arcade.READ MORE