Did anyone manage to figure out a way to store the CVV number?
I got it to show from the admin settings but it’s not storing the data in the order page in my shop.
We need to store this number to process the card manually.
Does anyone know of any tips/info on how to do this?
Capturing / Storing the CVV number is highly illegal under the PCI DSS.
It is against credit card policy to EVER store the CVV CVS numbers of any credit card. That is the purpose of that number to help against fraud in case database with credit card number gets hacked - they do not have the CVV number.
As far as I am aware this is not illegal within the UK and regardless it is a major requirement can some1 please advise me on how to store CVV numbers for a matter of minutes encrypted otherwise we have to scrap Euro payments and subsequently Magento.
Please help and please, please, please don’t start posting about the legality of this I just need to know how to do it.
So let’s move on about if it’s legal or not. Fact is that a lot of people need to have the CVV displaying in the backend. It involves personal responsability to keep it or delete it, period. Stop playing police.
If anybody could give a solution to this matter, it would be much appreciated.
I guess the best way would be to get the CVV to display in the order page with the payment info.
Would any of those present be prepared to chip in to pay for such a system?
What I’m thinking of is a that the code is stored encrypted waiting for use in authorisation. Then a link is present in the order email that comes in for processing. That link opens an ssl encrypted browser window where the viewer can see all data and then the viewer will click the link to signal authorisation complete. At that point the system will delete the code from the system, and move on to any other orders present, until everything is up to date.
This complies with all the documentation I’ve read, and is taking good care to ensure that client data security is not compromised.