We are providing this module for free so companies like WHMCS Global Services now have no excuses when they store their customers highly sensitive details in plain view inside WHMCS.
WHMCS Secure Credentials is a free add-on module that will provide a secure area for your customers to share sensitive information with your support team. Most WHMCS users use a simple text box for users to enter details about their services, this looks unprofessional and does not promote your business as caring about your user's data. With this module, users can enter details into the secure form. The details are then encrypted and held in your database. You can use the dedicated form to search for the user's login credentials by using the ticket number at which point they will be decrypted and displayed to you or view your customers sensitive information directly from the WHMCS ticket interface. The end user can choose to remove the details or, once the ticket has been marked as completed and closed the module will remove the details from your database automatically.
Key Features WSC Free
For further functionality, purchase WSC Pro which includes variable text fields that allow you to change the labels on the form to suit the needs of your business, has support for Font Awesome 5, automatic ticket status updates when a customer provides credentials and more. https://marketplace.whmcs.com/product/4949/
The best place to start if you need help with a specific product is to contact the developer. All WHMCS Marketplace developers have both a website and support URL listed.
V1.0 - 03/10/2018 *Initial Release V1.1 - 05/10/2018 *Bug Fixes *Added FTP and SSH Information *Increased Allowed Ticket ID Length *Template Changes
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