Latest Updates
Updated Signifyd Module - Now Available
Posted by Wayne Smith on 21 May 2019 03:57 PM
A new Signifyd Module is now available to download.

Version 1.0001

Bugs Fixed:

   31465: Add payment method mappings for Amazon Pay, Customer Credit, Braintree PayPal and PayPal Express Checkout  

   31466: AVS response codes are not mapped to valid avsResponseCode
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Updated TaxJar Module - Now Available
Posted by Wayne Smith on 21 May 2019 03:50 PM
A new TaxJar Module is now available to download.

Version 1.0002

New Features

   30924: Feature Request: Configurable timeout and fallback rate calculation

   30922: Feature Request: Identify Marketplaces orders when creating transactions


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JSON API Changes - 9.13
Posted by Wayne Smith on 07 May 2019 09:33 AM
9.13 (4/17/2019) Updated Functions
  • OrderListLoad_Query - A new object exists for item parts within the Items Object. This allows for items setup as a kit to also show the part products of that item. This object will only be present if an item has parts.
  • OrderItem_Add - Under the
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Miva Merchant 9.13.00 has been released
Posted by Wayne Smith on 17 April 2019 08:12 AM
Miva Merchant 9.13.00 Release Notes New Features
  • MivaPay users may now configure the software to store payment credentials on an order-by-order basis.
  • New Order button allows an existing order to be copied, retaining the customer, payment card and shipping/billing addresses.
  • New store-level setting "Defer Creation of Empty
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Miva Blog - How To Convert Your Entire Miva Store to HTTPS
Posted by Wayne Smith on 05 May 2016 10:18 AM

HTTPS has always been a core part of any ecommerce website. If you’re accepting personal information online, including credit cards, you must have an SSL Certificate to encrypt the data. Typically, a website was only served over securely (HTTPS) on Account and Checkout Pages. General shopping and browsing was done over unencrypted HTTP. Over the past couple of years, that is starting to change. Google now prefers the entire site to be served over HTTPS to protect the visitor.
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Credit Card Security Code ( CVV2 ) explained
Posted by Jim McCormick on 21 July 2009 10:11 AM

Credit Card Security Code ( CVV2 ) explained

What is the CVV2?

The CVV2, Credit Card Security Code is the number found on the back of most cards. It's usually a three digit code, and it's purpose is to ensure that the person using the card for a purchase actually has that card IN THEIR HAND.

Why ask for the CVV2?

There are LOTS of ways that criminals can get their hands on lists of stolen credit card numbers. Getting hold of matching CVV2
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