[FX.php List] PCI Compliance for FMS and OS X Server
Tim 'Webko' Booth
tim.webko at gmail.com
Tue Jun 25 19:12:16 MDT 2013
I have never allowed a client to process credit cards on any FileMaker
powered site - or any site I've ever written actually.
I send them to a processing gateway that is PCI compliant, and simply see
if the payment was successful or not.
This approach may not work in all cases.
On 26 June 2013 10:05, Malcolm Fitzgerald <malcolm at notyourhomework.net>wrote:
> Consider setting up a test machine which you can experiment with before
> you do anything too daring :-) Then look at the MacPorts project. It will
> provide you with more up-to-date versions of those programs. Once you've
> installed them you'll need to take stop WPE and reconfigure it to use your
> new software.
> On 26/06/2013, at 5:37 AM, Jonathan Schwartz wrote:
> > Hi Folks,
> > I'm back to asking this same question again because it keeps on rearing
> it's ugly head...
> > Has anyone passed a PCI Compliance scan (for credit card security) using
> FIleMaker Server 11 or 12 under OS X Server?
> > I am running OS X Server (10.6.8) on a machine with the latest version
> of FMS 11. It fails due to old OPENSSL, Apache and TomCat. It looks like I
> would need to stop using the built in version oh HP for FMP Web Publishing
> and attempt to update the offending modules. Not fun.
> > It might be easier to migrate to a current OS X server and FileMaker 12,
> but I need to be sure that this is a guarantee of PCI Compliance. For the
> sake of argument, assume that the php code itself is 100% compliant. I'm
> just asking about the server environment.
> > For reference, the PCI scan I'm referring to is from trustwave. Passing
> the scan is required in order for the client to maintain their credit card
> > Thanks
> > Jonathan
> > Jonathan Schwartz
> > Exit 445 Group
> > jonathan at exit445.com
> > www.exit445.com
> > cell: 415-370-5011
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