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15-10-2015

Good morning,

I am implementing SiteCat tracking on our internal site. We are PCI Compliant but I didn't think adding SiteCat would be an issue. Has anyone had any experience with this or a similar set up? We should be able to whitelist the URL/port that the SiteCat tracking pixel uses to send data to our report suite, is this correct?

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Matt

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15-10-2015

Hi

Yes you can implement sitecat , redirection should be handle carefully . e.g min of 500 ms is required to send data correctly.

 

 

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