[FX.php List] [ OFF ] Getting to PCI compliance

Derrick Fogle derrick at fogles.net
Wed May 18 07:57:06 MDT 2011

There should be a pre-written PHP function (usually just a RegEx statement) that you can copy from somewhere on them intarwebz, and pop that into the PHP code to validate the input.

On May 18, 2011, at 8:52 AM, Bob Patin wrote:

> One of my clients has received a PCI compliance letter, and now I'm being asked to pull their cart into compliance.
> From what little I've read about it so far, it appears that I need to block the submission of certain characters -- the < , > , and some other symbols -- but is there more than that to be done to get to compliance?
> From what I can tell from the report they received, the client's web server needs a PHP update, but that's not my department... if anyone's already trod down this road, I'd appreciate any wisdom.
> Thanks,
> Bob Patin
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