Release Notes: Level III (a.k.a. Enhanced Processing) has been added for Tsys and GlobalPayments, which will help reduce fees associated with B2B transactions. Recertifications for Tsys, Mercury, First Data Nashville, First Data South, and First Data Gift have been completed, and a new certification for Certegy Electronic Check Conversion and Image Upload has also been added.
Release Notes: A second PA-DSS security audit was completed by IBM ISS, including the new CardShield Tokenization and End-to-End Encryption subsystem. Numerous payment platform re-certifications were undertaken including FifthThird, First Data Omaha & CardNet, Global Payments, Paymentech Tampa & Salem, RBS WorldPay, Certegy Check Verification, and ChockStone Gift. New front-end emulations were provided for ISO8583 and Visa2/K/D for existing POS and Hardware devices.
Release Notes: American Express direct authorization support has been added. Litle & Co support has been added, including Bill Me Later support. Addition of IIAS/FSA/HRA to Global Payments and Elavon/Nova, as well as a recertification for FifthThird were performed for this release. This release also adds Store and Forward support for locally-generated approvals on credit cards when all connectivity to a processing institution has been lost. When connectivity has been restored, those transactions will automatically be sent back out for authorization.
Release Notes: Health Benefits (IIAS/FSA/HRA) support has been added for Tsys/Vital. This release also upgrades OpenSSL to FIPS v1.2.
Release Notes: Check Verification and Conversion support with image upload (ECHO) have been added. ValuTec Gift card support and Mercury Payment Systems for Credit/Debit/EBT/Gift were added. CardNet recertification was added with new features, including Debit/EBT and Purchase Card Level II. Other notable changes include a rewrite of the logging subsystem, which can now log to syslog, as well as significant performance improvements and a native Windows x64 port.
Release Notes: The default database is now SQLite, deprecating the project's own MCSQL; this provides better consistency during system or power failures as well as better performance. The database schema has been redesigned to make better use of execution plan caches. Merchant account information is now stored encrypted; though this is not necessary for PCI data security requirements, one should still be protected against malicious use. Recertifications for FHMS and Paymentech Salem. Other performance and consistency improvements have also been made.
Release Notes: FifthThird 510 certification, FDMS Nabanco recertification, and Paymentech Tampa recertification for interchange compliance updates are included in this release. The SQL database backend makes use of prepared statements for speed and security. Proxy (SOCKS5 and Web) support has been added. A post-settlement totals report has been added. Returns for credit cards may now be issued by referencing a previous transaction.
Release Notes: A secure recurring billing module and card storage subsystem returning unique tracking tokens has been added and branded as Monetra DSS. This assists integrators with their PCI compliance so they don't need to store card numbers outside of Monetra. There is DNS caching for improved latency. Givex and FifthThrid 610 support have been added. Global Payments, VITAL, and NPC re-certifications. Visa gift-card support (balance inquiry and partial auths), as well as new card systems compliance updates for October 2007. Mac OS X for Intel, Windows Vista, and OpenBSD 4.0 support has also been added.
Release Notes: This release adds Internet gateway support for NOVA, advanced deposit support for lodging, and SQL database enhancements (especially MySQL). There are internal enhancements to assist client interfaces, such as detailed descriptions of processors and fields, as well as the ability for overhead storage of merchant profiles to simplify initial installation and reinstallations.
Release Notes: This release adds support for RBS Lynk and Fifth Third processing institutions, and extends VITAL automated fueling and retail to support AVS and CV authentication on swiped transactions. An SQLite database module was added. Valuelink now includes Datawire (Internet gateway) support. A new cooperative threading model (based on context/stack switching) has been incorporated into the SCO release, migrating away from SysV IPC/SHM to increase performance and lower memory/resource usage.