A Two-Fer From MGD Computer Services

MDG Computer Services, Inc. has released updates for Web Server 4D and WS4D/eCommerce, bringing them to version 3.6. Web Server 4D is a Web development tool designed for Web page serving, and WS4D/eCommerce is a Web development tool designed for online payment process. Web Server 4D now features improved virus prevention, and WS4D/eCommerce features improved secure payment. According to MDG Computer Services:

MDG Computer Services, Inc, a leading developer of Web and eCommerce tools for Macintosh and Windows, announced today that it shipped version 3.6 of Web Server 4D and WS4D/eCommerce, its a single application that includes a full featured Web server, shopping carts, storefronts, credit authorization, virtual domains, and database publishing.

Whatis New With Version 3.6?

Web Server 4D 3.6 adds a virus prevention and notification feature. If Web Server 4D 3.6 is contacted an an infected Code Red virus, WS4D will log this hit and send an email to the administrator of the server letting them know their server is infected. All virus traffic is logged and can even be graphed. Every night, WS4D will download any new virus definitions from MDGis Web site to automatically protect against new viruses.

Whatis New With WS4D/eCommerce?

Support added for the Transact-Secure by AuthorizeNet. This service allows merchants to be protected against fraud, in
fact they are guaranteed up to $5,000 per transaction. Version 3.6 also adds support for the AUTH_ONLY feature of
AuthorizeNet, which allows transactions to be authorized only and not automatically deposited to your checking account. This gives the merchant the ability to manually approve or void orders- before they are deposited, which will help eliminate charge backs to merchants.

You can find more information about the Web Server and WS4D/eCommerce updates at the MDG Computer Services Web site. Web Server 3.6 is avaiulable for US$700.00, and WS4D/eCommerce is US$995.00.

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