News & Updates continued
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For sites using the Stripe Payment Gateway, we will shortly be releasing an update to Membergate to implement recent updates to the Stripe system. The purpose of these updates are related to maintaining simple PCI DSS compliance. Version 3 of the Stripe system will allow your site to continue to qualify for the SAQ-A PCI DSS Compliance, where all you need to do is to confirm that all pages where you collect Credit Card Details are loaded securely using HTTPS.... Read More
2 MemberGate sites were attacked by credit card fraudsters, here's what happened and how to protect your site:
1 clear all instances of old subscription forms
2 set up and switch to Subscription Form Generator forms
3 upgrade to reCAPTCHA
4 enable site-wide
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: New EU laws to protect member data are wide ranging and will affect your business
The lawmakers in the European Union have had enough. Large firms reckless approach to security of data is set to be punished by massive fines from General Data Protection Regulation GDPR... Read More
There are a lot of great changes coming soon to your MemberGate software. In the upcoming days we will begin applying the latest updates to MemberGate sites, so keep an eye out for an email from our support team that will include the latest functionality available on your site.... Read More
In January 2017 online payment security is to get another boost as Google Chrome enforce the HTTPS standard
HTTPS HyperText Transfer Protocol over SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is set to replace the old less secure HTTP as Google Chrome, then Safari then FireFox and eventually Explorer catch on
MemberGate already uses HTTPS on all payment pages so we are ready for the new, more secure web... Read More
MemberGate Sites and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards - PCI DSS What is PCIDSS?
What is the "Annual Compliance Scan"?
Who does it affect?
Will it affect my MemberGate site?
Why should I care?
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MemberGate Infinity now integrates with the Authorize.net CIM - token payment option.... Read More
PlainText Passwords are no longer fit for purpose: The universal way of password management was to store passwords in a database as Plain Text This worked pretty well for all sorts of sites, large and small. It was easy to support and easy for subscribers to use: Should a member forget their password, a script can send the password to the email on file... Read More