Thanks, Benson, I missed that and stand corrected.
Unfortunately, according to their white paper their design uses a java applet to encrypt the order data. This is a rather unconventional approach. Most implementations use a public key stored on the SERVER to encrypt the order details and then use the merchant's private key (on their PC) to decrypt them.
Because of the java applet requirement, you should expect to lose many, many potential customers. If you don't make the buying process as EASY as possible you will drive sales away. As soon as visitors are required to download the applet to continue the order process, many will just go away. In addition, many people have downloading of applet's turned off as a security measure!
Given all this, I will admit that they do have the encrypted orders requirement covered. Given the choice of the java applet implementation, I would hardly call it "built in".
[This message has been edited by Rich (edited 10-25-00@8:06 pm)]