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cybercash_encr — Creates an encrypted block of information needed to process a Cybercash request.


array cybercash_encr(merchantkey);
string merchantkey: Merchant key provided by Cybercash found in your merchant_conf fileAny session key identifying the specific transaction Message to be sent to Cybercash


The encrypted message on success or an error code on failure


Creates an encrypted block of information to be sent to Cybercash as a request. The message contains name value pairs(documented by Cybercash) of credit card information: such as Card-Number, Card-Exp, Card-Name, Amount. If an error occurs, the resulting array contains the attribute errcode. If an error does not occur, the resulting array contains the attributes outbuff(encrypted message), outLth(length of message), and macbuff(message authentication codes).


PHP 4 >= 4.0b4


Example 193. Encrypt a cybercash message and prepare it for sending

$message = "Order-ID=" . urlencode("1234") . "&"
    . "Amount=" . urlencode("usd 39.95") . "&"
    . "Card-Number=" . urlencode("4111111111111111") . "&"
    . "Card-Address=" . urlencode("1234 27th Ave") . "&"
    . "Card-City=" . urlencode("Minneapolis") . "&" 
    . "Card-State=" . urlencode("MN") . "&" 
    . "Card-Zip=" . urlencode("55414") . "&"
    . "Card-Country=" . urlencode("USA") . "&"
    . "Card-Exp=" . urlencode("3/03") . "&"
    . "Card-Name=" . urlencode("John Doe");
$MerchantKey = "123456789MerchantKey";
$SessionID = "123456789SessionID";

$encrMsg = cybercash_encr($MerchantKey,$SessionID,$message);
$message = cybercash_base64_encode($encrMsg['outbuff']); 
$mac = cybercash_base64_encode($encrMsg['macbuff']); 

$messageToSend = "message=" . urlencode($message) . "&"
    . "session-key=" . urlencode($SessionID) . "&"
    . "mac=" . urlencode($mac);

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