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View masked data field

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Jun 16, 2015 Jun 16, 2015

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Last I checked, EchoSign downloads a temp Excel doc in order to reveal the masked data, which is not PCI Compliant. Have there been any improvements or changes with how masked data is viewed with Adobe DC? Or is it EchoSign rebanded and performs the same way?


Example: I want to collect credit card numbers on authorization forms. I want the CC number masked for the signer and when viewing the doc online, but be able to reveal the masked number field when clicking a button or something. The masked data should be revealed in the browser and not in Excel or any temp file saved to the local machine. Is this possible? Is anybody using Echosign/Adobe DC for Credit Card Authorization forms or a similar use case?

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May 12, 2017 May 12, 2017

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Came here to ask the same (holy crap, you asked this two years ago, and no replies…). Seems to work as you described currently – masked data is visible in a .csv file of the data in the form.

Oh, Adobe.

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Jun 21, 2019 Jun 21, 2019

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I just came to ask the same question ... 4 years!!

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Mar 03, 2022 Mar 03, 2022

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Hey y'all, lot's of big changes in the last 6 years. You might not have the same question anymore but we've got a great way to sort this out. Using a gateway and linking to a payment page or a Jotform tokenizes the payment info and saves it to your gateway. The token is saved on file, and can be used to run future transactions and refunds, without opening you to PCI scope. It's all PCI level 1 P2PE secured. 

Send me a PM or set up a chat with me if you have more questions! https://calendly.com/teddycc/15min

Hope this helps! 

 

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