I am successfully testing auths using an Authorize.net test account with
DPM method in PHP. I have read the documentation pretty thoroughly,
searched them and done some (google) searches but it seems that there is
no way to limit the "x_" type fields...
It's more a case of the fact that Anet will send the response, with all
those x_* fields filled to our server, unencrypted. Yes, of course the
best answer would be to make sure the redirect URL is HTTPS but that may
not be an option for us. In light ...
Thanks for your post/reminder. I just re-tried a new account setup
(Friday February 8, 9:00 pm EST) and lo and behold it worked! Got my API
& trans keys. Tried my new creds at sandbox.authorize.net and I'm in. :)
Too bad, hope they fix it soon. I was able to create an account in that
a confirmation email was sent with a Gateway ID, links, etc.; though the
final post-submit screen was blank with a 500 error (IE server down).
However my login credentials won't ...