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Learn About Our New Hosted Payment Form Option for JavaScript

by on ‎11-02-2017 03:02 PM (12,442 Views)

Today we are announcing a new hosted payment form option for our JavaScript library offering a mobile-optimized, PCI DSS SAQ A-level solution for accepting payments using JavaScript. Plus, a new white paper from Coalfire is now available that covers SAQ eligibility for our entire Accept suite of tools.

 

Hosted Payment Form with JavaScript

Using simple HTML, you create a button that requests a payment form (currently limited to card payments, eCheck.Net support will come in a future release). After the user submits the payment form, the gateway returns a payment nonce (or one-time token) in the response that you can use for the actual transaction. Use it for a one-time payment, creating a customer profile, or creating a subscription.

 

Learn more in the Accept.js Documentation.

 

SAQ Eligibility White Paper for Accept

We asked Coalfire, a respected Payment Card Industry (PCI) Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) and Payment Application Qualified Security Assessor (PA-QSA) company, to perform an independent technical assessment of our Authorize.Net Accept suite of tools. The information provided in the white paper can help make an informed decision to meet SAQ A or SAQ A-EP requirements. We are offering two versions: an overview, suitable for sharing with business leaders, and a detailed white paper containing specific details for each solution.