- AnytimetravelagencyAsked on May 02, 2017 at 01:28 PM
If I make a credit card foerm, is is SSl secure??
- JotForm SupportJim_RAnswered on May 02, 2017 at 01:45 PM
Regardless of what kind of form you create, all forms created in Jotform are and should be running on SSL by default.
On top of that, the forms and submissions are transmitted securely with a 256 bit high-grade encryption, which means that data is encrypted during the transmission and cannot be interrupted by anyone else. We have an SSL certificate that uses SHA256 with RSA encryption https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=secure.jotform.com
Phishing. You agree that Company may terminate your JotForm Service immediately if a form's purpose is found to be deceptively obtaining: sensitive credit card information, social security numbers, user login credentials, or other sensitive personal information. All these activities are considered as Phishing and any account along with the violating forms will be suspended immediately.
Collecting Sensitive Information. You may not use the JotForm to collect certain types of sensitive information, including but not limited to credit card information and any type of login credentials. You may collect some sensitive information such as social security numbers or driver’s license numbers, but you are required to use best security practices of JotForm including SSL and Encrypted Forms features. You are solely responsible for compliance with any data protection and privacy laws and rules applicable to the sensitive information.
Be advised that you should use one of our Payment Processors if you wish to process payments on your form.
Here's a complete list of all payment processors we integrate with: https://apps.jotform.com/category/payment_processing
If all you need is some sort of Payment Authorization (e.g. charge your users at a later date), then your choices would be limited to Stripe, Paypal or Authorize.net.
Complete guide: How-to-Enable-Payment-Authorization
In case you're not sure which one will work for you, I recommend reading this article: Which-Payment-Processor-is-Right-for-Your-Business