Overview

The Hosted iFrame Tokenizer helps to reduce your Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS) audit scope by providing a secure iframe that can be embedded in your online checkout page to accept and transmit sensitive payment data to CardSecure for tokenization.

What's New?

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Date Updated: 8/20/2021

The changes below were deployed to the UAT environment on 6/25/2021 and later deployed to the production environment on 7/24/2021.

New Optional Parameters

A new sendcardtypingevent parameter is available in this release. If true, events are sent to the parent page when input to the Card Number field is detected and when the input has completed or timed out.

Additionally, a new selectinputdelay parameter is available and intended for mobile implementations where user input unexpectedly causes already populated fields to be cleared.

ParameterDefault ValueDescription
sendcardtypingeventfalse

If true, an event is sent to the parent page with 'cardTyping':true when the user begins entering a value into the Card Number field. When an onBlur event occurs or the inactivityto value has been met, the card number value is submitted for tokenization and an event is sent to the parent page with 'cardTyping':false.

An example of this event can viewed in the web browser's console on the following example page:
https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/outer-page.html?sendcardtypingevent=true

selectinputdelay0

Note: This parameter is intended for iOS implementations where user input unexpectedly causes already populated fields to be cleared.

Controls how long (in milliseconds) to ignore input to a newly selected field after changing focus. The default value of 0 represents no delay in accepting input to a newly selected field, whereas the maximum value of 1000 represents a 1 second delay before accepting input to a newly selected field. A value of 100 is typically sufficient to avoid unintended clearing without interfering with the user experience.

Accessibility Enhancement

The iFrame Tokenizer now includes the for HTML attribute for all label HTML elements, containing a value that matches the name of the respective input field. This enhancement allows clicking on the label to focus the cursor on the label's respective input field.

Additionally, all input and select HTML elements now contain the aria-label attribute, containing a value that matches the value of the element's title for enhanced accessibility.

When no optional parameters are included to specify a custom title for input or select elements, the element's default title is used for the aria-label attribute. See the Input Labels section for information on the default values used.

You can view an example of the new for and aria-label attributes for the Card Number label and input field in a snippet of the iFrame source code below:

<label for="ccnumfield" id="cccardlabel">Card Number</label>
<input id="ccnumfield" type="tel" name="ccnumfield" size="19" maxlength="2000" autocomplete="off" title="Credit Card Number" aria-label="Credit Card Number">

Support for RSA Encryption

The Hosted iFrame Tokenizer now supports RSA encryption to encrypt account data before sending the tokenize request to CardSecure.

If you already have had a CardSecure RSA key pair generated for you, the iFrame Tokenizer now automatically obtains the public key and encrypts the data during the tokenization request to CardSecure. You can use the browser's developer tools to verify that the data is encrypted using your RSA key when "encryptionhandler" : "RSA" is included in the tokenize request.

If you do not have a CardSecure RSA key pair already generated, the iFrame Tokenizer is unable to obtain a public key for encryption and you will now encounter a 'No public key found' error when viewing the request within the browser's developer tools. You may disregard this error, as the iFrame Tokenizer continues to transmit the account data over a secure connection to CardSecure.

If you would like to utilize RSA encryption with the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer, contact CardPointe Support.

Date Updated: 10/31/2020

The changes below were deployed to the UAT environment on 10/15/2020 and to the production environment on 10/31/2020. 

This release includes the changes described in the 3/6/2020 Update, which were previously deployed to the UAT environment only. The changes that are new to this release are outlined in the section below.

New Optional Parameters for Field Validation

The following optional URL parameters have been added to validate and return error messages for input to the Card Number, CVV, and Expiration Date fields:

ParameterDefault ValueDescription
invalidcreditcardeventfalse

If true, a 'message' event is sent to the parent page when the iFrame determines that the value for the Card Number field is invalid or empty.

The 'data' property in the event will contain an empty string, and the 'validationError' property will contain a description of the validation failure.

Note: This parameter should be used in place of invalidinputevent when enabling the usecvv or useexpiry parameters.

invalidcvveventfalse

If true, a 'message' event is sent to the parent page when the iFrame determines that the value for the CVV field is invalid or empty.

The 'data' property in the event will contain an empty string, and the 'validationError' property will contain a description of the validation failure.

Note: Requires usecvv=true.

invalidexpiryeventfalse

If true, a 'message' event is sent to the parent page when the iFrame determines that the value for the Expiration Date field is invalid or empty.

The 'data' property in the event will contain an empty string, and the 'validationError' property will contain a description of the validation failure.

Note: Requires useexpiry=true.

Understanding the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer

The Hosted iFrame Tokenizer is a secure, hosted web form that contains the input fields necessary for your site visitors to enter their sensitive payment data. This page is incorporated into your own web page using an HTML iframe element.

Your site visitors enter sensitive payment data into the fields of the embedded iframe and this data is then passed securely to CardSecure for tokenization. The tokenized value generated by CardSecure is returned to your web page through the iframe, and is not considered sensitive in nature. You may store this token and use it in a subsequent call to the CardPointe Gateway to process the payment.

The following diagram illustrates the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer data flow at a high level:

Hosted iFrame Tokenizer Diagram

For more information on CardSecure tokens, see the CardSecure Developer Guide.

Implementation Examples

The following examples illustrate various sample implementations of the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer. Click the links in the table below to preview each example. The default implementation, with no optional parameters, includes only the Card Number field used to tokenize the payment account. 

The Hosted iFrame Tokenizer supports optional parameters to gather additional details for processing payments using the CardPointe Gateway API (for example, name, expiration, and CVV) as well as to customize the look and feel of the iFrame. See Optional Parameters, later in this guide, for detailed information on customizing the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer.

To experiment with additional customizations, you can modify the sample page URL to add and remove parameters. 

For example, to include Expiration Date and CVV fields on the Default Implementation example, append ?useexpiry=true&usecvv=true to the URL.

Tokenizer Implementation

Description

Default ImplementationThe default implementation with no optional parameters included.
Luhn Validation Enabled with Custom Styling

Luhn/Mod 10 validation is enabled by using invalidinputevent=true and custom CSS is defined using optional parameter css. The custom CSS is URL encoded and stylizes the Card Number field red when invalid.

View the Luhn/Mod 10 Validation section for further information on stylizing the Card Number field when the value entered is invalid.

CVV & Expiry Fields Enabled

The following optional parameters are used:

  • useexpiry=true
  • usecvv=true
CVV & Expiry Fields Enabled with Custom Input Field Labels

The following optional parameters are used:

  • useexpiry=true
  • usecvv=true
  • cardlabel=Custom Card Number Label
  • expirylabel=Custom Expiration Date Label
  • cvvlabel=Custom CVV Label
Mobile ACH Implementation

The mobile ACH implementation enables the full mobile keyboard. This allows entry of the forward slash character that separates the routing number and bank account number. Additional parameters mask the bank account number after 2000 milliseconds (2 seconds) of inactivity.

The following optional parameters are used:

  • fullmobilekeyboard=true
  • tokenizewheninactive=true
  • inactivityto=2000

Implementing the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer

Embedding the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer into your web page requires:

  • an HTML iframe element
  • a hidden HTML input element
  • a JavaScript event listener

Additionally, we strongly recommend using reCAPTCHA to prevent fraud and carding attacks performed by malicious software (also known as "bots"). 

For more information on preventing carding attacks, see our LaunchPointe article here

The iframe element loads the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer within your web page and displays the Card Number field for user input. By providing additional optional parameters, the iframe can also display input fields for expiration date and CVV.

The hidden HTML input element is used to store the tokenized payment data returned by the iFrame Tokenizer so that it can be used to authorize and capture a transaction using the CardPointe Gateway API.

The JavaScript event listener is triggered when the iFrame Tokenizer returns the payment token, and the script parses the response and stores the token in the hidden input field for use.

Each step in implementing the iFrame Tokenizer is covered in the basic HTML example below.

Implementation Steps

  1. Where the clear text credit card number is entered, place a reference to the embedded iframe page and style the iframe element on the primary payment page as needed.
  1. On the primary payment page, place a hidden input field to store the token after it is generated within the iframe.
  1. Attach a listener to detect when token generation is complete and assign the value to the input field above.

The following HTML snippet shows key elements of the primary payment page.

Optional Parameters

You can customize aspects of the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer by including optional parameters that override the default configuration. Read through each of the sections below for an overview of the customization available.

Additionally, you can customize the style of the iFrame Tokenizer using the optional css parameter, which is not referenced in the sections below. View the iFrame Styling section for more information about customizing the appearance of the iFrame Tokenizer.

iFrame Controls

The following parameters are used to override the default behavior, display, and response of the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer.

If your web page might be accessed from a mobile device, you should add the tokenizewheninactive and inactivityto parameters.

Additionally, if you accept ACH payments, include the fullmobilekeyboard parameter.

Parameter Name Default Value Description
autofocusfalseIf true, the input field will be focused when the page loads.
cardinputmaxlength2000Controls the maximum character limit for the card number field.
cardnumbernumericonlyfalseIf true, the card number input field ignores non-numeric values.
enhancedresponsefalseIf true, the following additional parameters will be included in the JSON response after a tokenization attempt:
  • token - the token if tokenization was successful, otherwise an empty string
  • errorCode - one of the following:
    • The error code from CardSecure on tokenization failure
    • A custom iFrame Tokenizer error code
    • '0' if no error occurred
  • errorMessage - the error message from CardSecure on tokenization failure; otherwise, an empty string.
fullmobilekeyboardfalseDisplays a full alphanumeric keyboard in mobile web browsers (iOS and Android). This allows users to enter a forward slash (/) when entering an ACH routing/account number string.

If fullmobilekeyboard is true, it changes the type attribute of the HTML input field to 'text' which enables a full alphanumeric keyboard to be displayed in web browsers on iOS and Android. If false or not provided, the input field type is set to 'tel'.

Set to true if you want to allow your users to enter ACH input.
inactivityto500Controls how long (in milliseconds) the page will wait after an onInput event before considering input complete. Applies to both 'tokenizewheninactive' mode and to swipes with a USB device.
invalidcreditcardeventfalse

Note: This parameter should be used in place of invalidinputevent when enabling the usecvv or useexpiry parameters.

If true, a 'message' event is sent to the parent page when the iFrame determines that the value for the Card Number field is invalid or empty.

The 'data' property in the event will contain an empty string, and the 'validationError' property will contain a description of the validation failure.

An example of this event can viewed in the web browser's console on the following example page:
https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/outer-page.html?useexpiry=true&invalidcreditcardevent=true.

invalidcvveventfalse

If true, a 'message' event is sent to the parent page when the iFrame determines that the value for the CVV field is invalid or empty.

The 'data' property in the event will contain an empty string, and the 'validationError' property will contain a description of the validation failure.

Note: Requires usecvv=true.

An example of this event can viewed in the web browser's console on the following example page:
https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/outer-page.html?usecvv=true&invalidcvvevent=true

invalidexpiryeventfalse

If true, a 'message' event is sent to the parent page when the iFrame determines that the value for the Expiration Date field is invalid or empty.

The 'data' property in the event will contain an empty string, and the 'validationError' property will contain a description of the validation failure.

Note: Requires useexpiry=true.

An example of this event can viewed in the web browser's console on the following example page:
https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/outer-page.html?useexpiry=true&invalidexpiryevent=true

invalidinputeventfalse

Note: This parameter should be used in place of invalidcreditcardevent when your implementation only requires the Card Number field.

If true, a 'message' event is sent to the parent page when the iFrame determines that the value for the Card Number field is invalid or empty.

The 'data' property in the event will contain an empty string, and the 'validationError' property will contain a description of the validation failure.

An example of this event can viewed in the web browser's console on the following example page:
https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/outer-page.html?invalidinputevent=true

orientationdefault

Controls the orientation of the elements within the iFrame.

Supported values are:

  • default - the default orientation, used if no value is passed for this parameter.
  • horizontal
  • vertical
  • custom
selectinputdelay0

Note: This parameter is intended for iOS implementations where user input unexpectedly causes already populated fields to be cleared. 

Controls how long (in milliseconds) to ignore input to a newly selected field after changing focus. The default value of 0 represents no delay in accepting input to a newly selected field, whereas the maximum value of 1000 represents a 1 second delay before accepting input to a newly selected field. A value of 100 is typically sufficient to avoid unintended clearing without interfering with the user experience.

sendcardtypingeventfalse

If true, an event is sent to the parent page with 'cardTyping':true when the user begins entering a value into the Card Number field. When an onBlur event occurs or the inactivityto value has been met, the card number value is submitted for tokenization and an event is sent to the parent page with 'cardTyping':false.

An example of this event can viewed in the web browser's console on the following example page:
https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/outer-page.html?sendcardtypingevent=true

swipeonlyfalseIf true, any input that has an input rate less than the swiperate threshold will be cleared out.
Set this to true if the iFrame is only beingused with USB keyboard devices and manual input is not permitted.
swiperate0.2 Defines the threshold for determining whether input is coming from a swipe on a USB device or a user typing on a keyboard. The default value of 0.2 represents .2 characters per millisecond, or 200 characters per second. The default should only be reduced if swipes are not being recognized correctly by the iFrame.
tokenizewheninactivefalseNote: This parameter should be used for mobile implementations.

Validation and tokenization for manual input is normally performed when an onBlur event occurs on the input field (for example, when the user clicks/tabs to the next field in the form). If 'tokenizewheninactive' is set to true, validation and tokenization will be performed once the input field stops receiving input from the user. This inactivity duration is configurable through the 'inactivityto' parameter. Note that the onBlur event will not be used at all if 'tokenizewheninactive' is set to true and that 'inactivityto' is also used to determine when a swipe has completed.
tokenpropnamemessageControls the name of the token property in the JSON message that is sent to the parent page.

This must be an alphanumeric value.
uniquefalseIf true, CardSecure generates a unique token for each tokenization of a given card number.

Input Placeholders

The following parameters are used to supply placeholder text displayed within the various input fields.

Parameter Name Default Value Description
placeholdernoneA string value to be used as placeholder text for the input field of the tokenizer, specified using the HTML input field's placeholder attribute. This feature is not supported on versions of Internet Explorer older than IE 10.

Note the following restrictions when including a placeholder string:
  • The string must be URL-encoded.
  • Only the following characters are supported:
    • letters
    • numbers
    • spaces
    • symbols — !, #, $, %, &, *, +, -, _, =, ?, @, ], [, }, {, ), (, /, |, \, ^, ~, :, single-quote ('), double-quote ("), backtick (`), period (.), semi-colon (;), and comma (,)
    • limited international characters — Á, É, Í, Ñ, Ó, Ú, Ü, á, é, í, ñ, ó, ú, ü, â, ç, è, ê, î, ô, û, ã, õ, à, ä, ö, ß, ā, ē, ī, ō, ū, ё, й, ъ, ы, э, щ
  • The maximum string length is 60 characters.
placeholdercvvnoneA placeholder value to display in the CVV field.

The placeholder value must be a 3 or 4-digit numeric value.
placeholdermonthnoneA placeholder value to display in the Month field, in the format MM.
placeholderyearnoneA placeholder value to display in the Year field, in the format YYYY.

Input Fields

The following parameters are used to enable additional input fields and options associated with those fields.

Parameter Name Default Value Description
monthnamesJanuary-February-March-April-May-June-July-August-September-October-DecemberA string value to be used as alternative labels for each month in the drop-down list.

The alternative label for each month is separated by a hyphen, starting with the 1st month and ending with the 12th month.

Note:
The alternative month labels are used only when usemonthnames is true.
usecvvfalseIf true, includes a field to enter the Cardholder Verification Value (CVV).

Notes:
  • If usecvv is true, the CVV must be provided to initiate the tokenization request.
  • CVV is not masked. This value remains in clear text.
usemonthnamesfalseIf true, displays Month names instead of numbers.

useexpiry

falseIf true, includes two drop-down selectors to specify the expiration month (MM) and Year (YYYY).

Note: If
useexpiry is true, the expiration must be provided to initiate the tokenization request.
useexpiryfieldfalse

If true, uses expiry entry fields instead of drop-down selectors.

The Month field supports 2-digit month values from 1-12 (including support for leading zeros for single-digit months, for example "01").

The Year field supports a 4-digit year value within the next 20 years (including the current year).

Note: Requires useexpiry=true.

Input Formatting

The following fields are used to override the default formatting rules for text entered into the Card Number field.

Parameter Name Default Value Description
formatinputfalseStyles the card number to be separated every four numbers so the number is easily read as the user types into the field.
maskfirsttwofalseIf true, the first 2 digits of the card number are masked.

Input Labels

The following parameters are used to override the default labels and titles used to describe various input fields.

Parameter Name Default Value Description
cardlabelCard NumberControls the text inside the label for the card number field.

This label is only present when either useexpiry or usecvv are true.
cardtitleCredit Card NumberControls the title and aria-label HTML attributes for the card number input field, for use by a screen reader application.
cvvlabelCVVControls the text inside the label for the CVV field.

The label is only present when usecvv is true.
cvvtitleCard Verification ValueControls the title and aria-label HTML attributes for the cvv input field, for use by a screen reader application.
expirylabelExpiration DateControls the text inside the label for the expiration date selectors.

The label is only present when useexpiry is true.
expirymonthtitleExpiration MonthControls the title and aria-label HTML attributes for the expiry month field, for use by a screen reader application.
expiryyeartitleExpiration YearControls the title and aria-label HTML attributes for the expiry year field, for use by a screen reader application.

iFrame Styling

You can use the css parameter to include CSS declarations in the iFrame SRC attribute, to customize the look and feel of the iFrame. The CSS parameter can also accept media queries, allowing for responsive design based on screen or window size. See Allowed CSS Properties below for a list of available properties.

For example, the following iFrame URL includes custom CSS properties to specify the error text color and input field width:

<iframe id="tokenframe" name="tokenframe" src="https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/ajax-tokenizer.html?css=.error{color:%20red;}input{width:500px;}" scrolling="no" width="200" height="30" frameborder="0"></iframe>

To prevent page rendering issues, you must URL encode the CSS property string, including curly braces ({}), to ensure that the characters and values in the string are handled correctly.

The following example includes the same CSS parameters as the example above, properly URL-encoded:

<iframe id="tokenframe" name="tokenframe" src="https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/ajax-tokenizer.html?css=%2Eerror%7Bcolor%3A%20red%3B%7Dinput%7Bwidth%3A500px%3B%7D" scrolling="no" width="200" height="30" frameborder="0"></iframe>

Failure to properly URL encode all special characters within the iFrame URL can cause page rendering issues and other disruptions.

Allowed CSS Properties

Any of the following CSS properties can be used when passing CSS declarations using the css parameter.

When the css parameter contains CSS properties that are not included in the allowed list below, those properties are ignored.

:-ms-input-placeholder
::-ms-input-placeholder
::placeholder
-moz-appearance
-moz-border-radius
-moz-border-radius-bottomleft
-moz-border-radius-bottomright
-moz-border-radius-topleft
-moz-border-radius-topright
-moz-box-shadow
-moz-outline
-moz-outline-color
-moz-outline-style
-moz-outline-width
-o-text-overflow
-webkit-appearance
-webkit-border-bottom-left-radius
-webkit-border-bottom-right-radius
-webkit-border-radius
-webkit-border-radius-bottom-left
-webkit-border-radius-bottom-right
-webkit-border-radius-top-left
-webkit-border-radius-top-right
-webkit-border-top-left-radius
-webkit-border-top-right-radius
-webkit-box-shadow
-webkit-font-smoothing
appearance
azimuth
background
background-attachment
background-color
background-image
background-position
background-repeat
border
border-bottom
border-bottom-color
border-bottom-left-radius
border-bottom-right-radius
border-bottom-style
border-bottom-width
border-box
border-collapse
border-color
border-left
border-left-color
border-left-style
border-left-width
border-radius
border-right
border-right-color
border-right-style
border-right-width
border-spacing
border-style
border-top
border-top-color
border-top-left-radius
border-top-right-radius
border-top-style
border-top-width
border-width
box-shadow
box-sizing
caption-side
color
cue
cue-after
cue-before
direction
display
elevation
empty-cells
font
font-family
font-size
font-stretch
font-style
font-variant
font-weight
height
letter-spacing
line-height
list-style
list-style-image
list-style-position
list-style-type
margin
margin-bottom
margin-left
margin-right
margin-top
max-height
max-width
min-height
min-width
outline
outline-color
outline-style
outline-width
padding
padding-bottom
padding-left
padding-right
padding-top
pause
pause-after
pause-before
pitch
pitch-range
quotes
richness
speak
speak-header
speak-numeral
speak-punctuation
speech-rate
stress
table-layout
text-align
text-decoration
text-indent
text-overflow
text-shadow
text-transform
text-wrap
transition-duration
unicode-bidi
vertical-align
voice-family
volume
white-space
width
word-spacing
word-wrap

Luhn/Mod 10 Validation

By default, the Card Number field is validated using the Luhn algorithm, and is automatically assigned an HTML class where class="error" when the value does not pass validation. This error class contains no CSS declarations, and has no visible effect unless your implementation includes custom CSS.

Use the optional css parameter to pass custom CSS declarations for the error class, which are then applied only when the Card Number value is determined to be invalid. Remember to URL encode the string passed to the css parameter as required.

An example containing custom CSS for the error class is provided below for reference. The css parameter contains style declarations for the error class that result in the Card Number field turning red when the value does not pass Luhn validation.

Incorrect: https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/ajax-tokenizer.html?css=.error{color:red;border-color:red;}

Correct: https://fts-uat.cardconnect.com/itoke/ajax-tokenizer.html?css=.error%7Bcolor%3Ared%3Bborder-color%3Ared%3B%7D

Note that the string passed to the css paramater must be URL-encoded in order for the CSS to be parsed correctly. Failure to URL encode the string may cause page rendering issues and other disruptions.

ACH/eCheck Tokenization

The Hosted iFrame Tokenizer can accept entry of electronic check or ACH details in order to retrieve a token that can then be submitted within an ACH Authorization.

When using the iFrame Tokenizer to tokenize ACH account data, you must input the routing and account numbers in a single string, separated by a forward slash (/). Use the following format: RoutingNumber/AccountNumber.

Example: 123456789/1234123412341234

Include fullmobilekeyboard=true in the URL string to display the full keyboard on mobile devices. This allows mobile device users to enter a forward slash (/) in the input field.

Alternatively, you can develop a custom form that allows your users to enter the routing and account numbers in separate fields.

See Processing ACH Payments in the CardPointe Gateway Developer Guides for more information on handling ACH requests.

Supporting Screen Readers

Screen readers enable blind and visually impaired users to interact with a web page using non-visual means, such as text-to-speech dictation of page elements.

The Card Number, Expiry, and CVV field elements include title tags to enable compatibility with screen reader applications. 

The default title values are:

  • Credit Card Number - "Credit Card Number"
  • Expiry Month - "Expiration Month"
  • Expiry Year - "Expiration Year"
  • CVV - "Card Verification Value"

You can use the following URL parameters to customize the default titles:

ParameterTypeDescription
cardtitleANA meaningful custom title for the card number field.
expirymonthtitleANA meaningful custom title for the expiry month field.
expiryyeartitleANA meaningful custom title for the expiry year field.
cvvtitleANA meaningful custom title for the cvv field.

Integrating a Card Reader Device

Certain use cases may benefit from using a card reader device with the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer.

Using an encrypted card reader device to capture and pass card data to the iFrame Tokenizer electronically may help to reduce your PCI scope in some instances. The following plug-and-play USB devices are available for use with CardSecure and the iFrame Tokenizer:

The Bolt Desktop solution provides a P2PE-validated, plug-and-play EMV (chip) and MSR (magstripe) card reader integration for the Hosted iFrame Tokenizer. See the Bolt Desktop Developer Guide for more information.

DeviceConnection Type

Capability

Bolt DesktopUSB

MSR (swipe), EMV (chip)

IDTECH SecuRedUSBMSR (swipe)
IDTECH SREDkey 2USBMSR (swipe)
MagTek DynamagUSBMSR (swipe)

In order to fully comply with PCI standards, only devices that have been pre-provisioned for use with your merchant account and have the appropriate encryption scheme are supported for use with this solution.