3DSIntegrator

The 3DS Integrator Developer Hub

Welcome to the 3DS Integrator developer hub. Here, you can find comprehensive guides and documentation to help get you set up with 3DS Integrator as quickly as possible, as well as support you along the way if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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Getting Started

Our software integration with Verified by Visa and MasterCard Secure Code risk based authentication allows merchants to benefit from the 3D Secure program, without impacting cart abandonment.

1. Verify that your bank and processing platform support 3D Secure.

Before getting started with 3DS Integrator it's important to confirm that your bank and processing platform support 3D Secure.

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2. Verify that your payment gateway supports 3D Secure.

When 3D Secure verification is complete, the data needs to be passed on to the payment gateway, along with the usual payment information. You should check if your payment gateway supports 3D Secure.

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3. Setup your 3DS Integrator account.

Your 3DS Integrator account gives you access to the API Details (API Key and API Secret) that will allow you to activate the software, once installed. You can also use it to check up on transactions and view information related to 3D Secure verifications that were done through 3DS Integrator.

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4. Implement 3DS Integrator on your site.

3DS Integrator offers a number of implementation options that accommodate a variety of needs. The main options are the SDK (a combination of Javascript and PHP Library that makes implementation a breeze), plugins (Wordpress plugins for Gravity Forms and Woo Commerce, as well as OpenCart plugin), and API (the most versatile option if you want to have a highly customized implementation).

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5. Confirm implementation success.

Once 3DS Integrator is implemented on the site you should be able to observe protected transactions in your 3DS Integrator dashboard, alongside your payment gateway account. Indication of protected transactions vary between gateways so you should reference the directions specific to the gateway you use.

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Getting Started