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Magento’s implementation of the Authorize.Net Direct Post payment method currently uses MD5 based hash for all M1 and M2 installations. As of mid March 2019, Authorize.Net will stop supporting MD5 based hash usage (announcement). This will result in Magento merchants not being able to process payments using Authorize.Net Direct Post. To avoid disruption and to continue processing payments, merchants need to apply a patch provided by Magento and add a Signature Key (SHA-512) in the Magento Admin configuration settings.
Magento Coordinator: Igor Gorin and Eugene Shakhsuvarov
Magento Coordinator: Alex Kolesnyk
Magento Coordinator: Olga Kopylova
Meeting Notes: February 28, 2019 #104
Magento Coordinator: Lena Orobei
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