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    Default Re: Authorize.net turning off MD5 hash

    That discussion seems to indicate the MD5 / SHA256 change affects the AIM module only, NOT the SIM. I prefer to use SIM as then I never see card data, and don't have to go through the insane PCI compliance hoops, which basically, I CANNOT comply with. (For instance, your web store needs to have its own internet connection, not shared with any other system on your premises. And, there's lots more.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmelson View Post
    Anybody want to go in together to hire a freelancer or similar to make us up a module for this?
    You might get a (quicker/worthwhile) response on the osCommerce forum. Generally, modules can be ported to osCmax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridexbuilder View Post
    You might get a (quicker/worthwhile) response on the osCommerce forum. Generally, modules can be ported to osCmax.
    Yes, in a sense, modules can be ported, but there seems to be enough differences in the environment that just plugging an osC module into osCmax will generally not work. I saw what issues came up when a USPS module was ported by a guy who was WAY more up to speed than I was.

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    Default Re: Authorize.net turning off MD5 hash

    OK, Authorize.net sent out an email that says the production system will no longer populate the MD5 hash on March 14th. I don't know if this is going to stop my authorize.net SIM module form working, but it sounds like it might! I STILL don't even know if this change affects SIM, but other info on Authorize.net seems to indicate that AIM and SIM are deprecated and will be removed sometime "soon". That would leave us with no way to use authorize.net

    I was hoping maybe a few of us that use authorize.net might hire a consultant to come up with a fix. Any comment?

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    Default Re: Authorize.net turning off MD5 hash

    Quote Originally Posted by jmelson View Post
    OK, Authorize.net sent out an email that says the production system will no longer populate the MD5 hash on March 14th.
    Jon
    Authorize.net has moved the cutoff date to June 27, so this deadline is bearing down on me (us?)
    I do not have the skills to fix this myself, I was hoping maybe a few users could get together and hire somebody to fix up the module and split the cost.

    Also, they say that SIM is deprecated, whatever that means, so I'm guessing that at some indefinite time they are going to discontinue that service. I have a small business run out of my home, and it is impossible to comply with the strict PCI requirements. SIM has authorize.net host the payment page, which gets me out of a bunch of the compliance requirements. authorize.net has some other options, but osCmax doesn't support ANY of those, as far as I can tell. I don't think osC does, either.

    Any comments?

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    Default Re: Authorize.net turning off MD5 hash

    Apparently, the replacement for SIM is called accept hosted, where the customer enters their card information on Authorize.net's site, and then they send me a mesage that the transaction was accepted or declined. Works essentially the same as PayPal for the store.

    Anyone want to go in with me on hiring a freelancer? I've got a bid for $250, but now he thinks he might need to charge more.

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    Question Re: Authorize.net turning off MD5 hash

    Well done on exploring the options.
    Though I don't have time to look into it deeply, have you got a link to the required code? I can at least get an idea of what changes might be required.

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    Default Re: Authorize.net turning off MD5 hash

    Here's a general description of the API:
    Authorize.Net API Documentation -
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    And, then that points to more specific info here:
    Authorize.Net API Documentation

    If you need more info, I can try to dig for it.

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    Default Re: Authorize.net turning off MD5 hash

    Did you get a chance to look at what is required?

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    Default Re: Authorize.net turning off MD5 hash

    Quote Originally Posted by jmelson View Post
    Did you get a chance to look at what is required?

    Thanks,

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    Sorry, been up to the eyeballs with server migrations and 'real life' stuff.

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