The Commonwealth Bank recently asked that all interactions with the payment gateway must meet a SHA256 algorithm requirement. Our plugin meets these requirments.
There are two gateway protocols offered using a CommWeb Merchant account:
1, MIGS VPC ( this is what our plugin uses ) Merchant admin area will look like this: migs.mastercard.com.au/xx/xxx ( not exact URL )
If you are after a Commonwealth Bank MPGS version please visit here: https://www.extensionworks.com/product/woocommerce-mastercard-mpgs-payment-gateway/
Please clarify what protocol you have signed up to use with your CommWeb merchant account. Both protocols are still available.
Give your customers a secure way to shop with you online.
This plugin uses a merchant hosted setup. Merchant hosted is where the merchant provides an SSL secure page on their website for purchasers to enter credit card details and order details. The merchant’s system then sends one encrypted message to Commonwealth Bank, which processes the transaction and provides an approved/declined response. The merchant’s system then displays a response to the purchaser.
COMMWEB is fast, reliable and easy to use. The Commonwealth Bank payment gateway will allow you receive and process card payments and have them transferred straight to your account.
To use the Commonwealth Bank Solution use must have a Merchant COMMWEB Account with the Commonwealth Bank
This is how it works:
CommWeb Virtual Payment Client VPC
The CommWeb Payment Client is the interface that provides a secure method of communication between your online store and the Payment Server, which facilitates the processing of payments.
The CommWeb Payment Client uses the MasterCard Internet Gateway Service (MIGS) Server. MIGS facilitates the processing of secure payments in real-time over the internet between your online store/website and your bank.
All communications between the cardholder, your online store, the Payment Server and the bank is encrypted, making the whole procedure not only simple and quick, but also secure.
Purchase is a single transaction that debits the funds from a cardholder's credit card account and credits these funds to the merchants account. The transfer of funds occur's after end-of-day settlement occurs between the card-issusing bank and the merchant's bank.
Extensions tested on a Single Site Installation, multisite installations not recommended.