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Dec
8
Authorize.net for Wordpress 2.6.0
Posted by Kelvin C. on 08 December 2015 10:38 PM

We're pleased to announce the release of Authorize.net 2.6.0. Here are some highlights for this release:

Enhancements:

  • Add money request feature to allow admin to send money request notifications
  • Add affiliate integration to allow integration with other plugins
  • Make invoice term configurable

Updates:

  • Update payment processing URLs to new Akamai transaction URLs
  • Add currently being used payment processing URLs on general settings
  • Add check boxes and radio buttons to survey builder
  • Add shortcode to show transaction history for the loggedin user
  • Add new interface for payment methods selection on checkout page for better UI
  • Include additional tokens for email notification template
  • Add full name as desired name when creating a new user
  • Update admin pages styling
  • Update "FraudStop" function for service timeout
  • Add wait overlay which conceal submit button after click to prevent double submission

Bugs Fixes:

  • Fix for return to originating page on variable payment failure
  • Replace native php mail() to wp_mail function on general settings
  • Fix XSS vulnerability by adding esc_url to add_query_arg
  • Replace jQuery references with WP built in jQuery
  • Fix string escaping for survey builder page
  • Fix email sender name for wp_mail
  • Display the subscription id on transaction summary page if there is one
  • Update CCV popup image to fix misspelled 'Matercard' word
  • Make 'Card Number' label bold
  • Fix PHP 'Notice' on admin pages see

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Nov
2
Authorize.net for WordPress not vulnerable to POODLE
Posted by Daniel Watrous on 02 November 2014 09:04 PM

There have been some questions about whether Authorize.net for WordPress or Simple Credit Card Payments are vulnerable to the most recent POODLE security flaw in SSL v3.

The short answer is NO.

The cURL library is used through PHP to communicate with the Authorize.net servers. cURL is not vulnerable and no changes are required to address the POODLE security flaw. The current version of the plugin remains secure.

Additional information about cURL and POODLE can be viewed here: http://daniel.haxx.se/blog/2014/10/17/curl-is-no-poodle/


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Dec
31
Authorize.net for WordPress 2.5.1
Posted by Daniel Watrous on 31 December 2013 11:39 AM

We're pleased to announce the release of Authorize.net 2.5.1. Here are some highlights for this release:

Enhancements:

  • Add setting to change the money symbol
  • Add additional charge feature to collect any additional fee, such as surcharge or shipping
  • Add coupon code feature to reduce price of one time payments by either a fixed amount or a percentage
  • Implement fraud prevention mechanism to cut down the fraudulent credit card attempts. More details here: https://fraudstop.simplecreditcardpayments.com/
  • Add minimal checkout feature to streamline the checkout process when address isn't required

Updates:

  • Allow administrator to enable/disable the ability to cancel a subscription
  • Synchronize files to both child & parent theme
  • Enhance list of available subscriptions by grouping variable & normal subscriptions
  • Add user's IP address to user subscription page & forward it to Authorize.net
  • Display current date-time on log page as a reference for server time
  • Add option to turn off drop-down on variable payment
  • Ensure proper display when paging through user subscriptions

Bugs Fixes:

  • Fix WordPress 3.6 upgrade and jquery issues
  • Fix style for buy now button
  • Replace native php mail() to wp_mail function
  • Fix SESSION failure by adding proper safeguards

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Dec
31
Authorize.net Certified Solution
Posted by Daniel Watrous on 31 December 2013 11:30 AM

Authorize.net for WordPress and Simple Credit Card Payments are now certified solutions for Authorize.net. Certification is granted when a product demostrates optimal integrate with the Authorize.net platform. The rigorous process includes integrating with key services and demonstrating secure, functional connections to those services.

Authorize.net has also listed the solution in their certified solutions directory:

http://www.authorize.net/solutions/merchantsolutions/merchantservices/certifiedsolutiondirectory/?type=csstcart

From now on, Authorize.net for WordPress and Simple Credit Card Payments will carry the certified solution seal shown at the top of this news article.


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Dec
31
NEW: FraudStop Service to Prevent Credit Card Fraud
Posted by Daniel Watrous on 31 December 2013 11:16 AM

We're pleased to announce the launch of our new FraudStop service. The service comes in response to automated attempts at credit card fraud originating from an increasing number of locations around the world. The FraudStop service integrates seamlessly with Authorize.net for WordPress and allows site adiminstrators to set a threshold for the number of credit cards that can be attempted from a single source. After the threshold is reached, all future transaction attempts will be rejected.

Read more about the service here: https://fraudstop.simplecreditcardpayments.com/

FraudStop, prevent credit card fraud

 

This is available starting with version 2.5.1 of Authorize.net for WordPress.


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