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Secure Information Submission Using A FrontPage 2000 Form

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I'm using FrontPage 2000 and have had a request to develop a web site that, among other things, will allow users to sign up for a service, which requires their credit card number.

Can FrontPage be used to design a form that will allow the secure submission of information?

I have the web site server on site, which is running NT4.0 Service Pak 6 and IIS.  It is also running the FrontPage Server Extensions.  My primary job is not web site design and I need a little help in determining whether this can be done.

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by:ClassyLinks
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Well, you need to talk to the server administrator and see if they support SSL.

OR

see if the client is ready to buy a security certificate (I use thwate, personally).

Then you just need to tell FP to go to https://yourdomainname.com
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oops...and I forgot to mention.

Coding for secure pages is EXACTLY the same as for other pages...it is just the https in the address (URL) that makes the difference.
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by:ggs54
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As I mentioned, I have the site server on my site.  We are a small business, but have chosen to support our own web sites.  Consequently, I have all of the equipment (the site server, mail server and proxy server for my firewall) all right here.  I am also the site administrator, but have no experience with secure sites.

Does SSL simply require a change to my existing site server configuration?  I've heard of SSL, but don't know what is required i.e. additional software, configuration changes, etc.



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To start to learn more about SSL (Secure Socket Layer) try this link:

http://www.thawte.com/ucgi/gothawte.cgi?a=w071415060021000

And on this page the text indicates that installation instructions come with your certificate:

http://www.thawte.com/getinfo/products/server/buy.html

HTH
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Did this information help you?
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by:ggs54
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I've visited the links and printed the pages.  Now, I have to read through it.  On the surface, it appears to be what I want.  I'll let you know asap.

Thanks.
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by:ClassyLinks
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Great.  I appreciate the feedback.

Cheers!
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Any progress gg?
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gg...are you there?
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by:ggs54
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Sorry to take so long.  Seems that everyone wants their projects completed yesterday.

I did read through the information and it appears to be what I need.  I need to do some additional homework on the site server side, but it certainly appears to be doable.

Thanks for your help.
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by:ClassyLinks
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Glad to help.

What would it have taken to earn an A?  I would tried to assist further had you asked for it.
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An A would have taken a step-by-step "how to" approach.  Since this topic is new to me, I didn't know what was needed or even what questions to ask.  

Thanks, again.
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