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Authorize.net integration: Does it uses SSLv3 which will be disabled on Authorize.netAsked by habitatjackson on October 28, 2014 at 12:03 PM
I got a letter from Authorize.net saying :
To that end, on November 4, 2014, we will be disabling the use of SSLv3 within our systems. This means that if your website or shopping cart solution uses SSLv3 to send transactions to Authorize.Net, you will no longer be able to process transactions. You will also no longer be able to access any secure Authorize.Net pages from IE6.
We expect that a minimal number of our merchants will be affected. However, because we do not control how your particular site or solution sends transactions to us, this change could potentially impact your transaction processing. Please immediately contact your web developer or shopping cart solution to see if you will need to make any changes to your site or solution before November 4th.
Is any of your forms using this I have a big fundraiser coming up and I want to make sure I am not using this.
Thank you for asking this. This should not be an issue with our Authorize.net integration, but just to be sure I will open a thread to our developers as well so that they can take a look and see if any adjustments would be needed on our side.
They will update you in regards to this through this thread.
I have this same question, please keep this post updated, thanks!
Yes, our developers will update everyone through this thread.
Our Authorize.Net integration does not use SSLv3, so we should not be affected by the scheduled disabling of SSLv3 on Authorize.Net's live payment endpoints.
Hope this answers your questions.