Security Keys

Security keys like API keys, payment token key should be treated as sensitive information and kept secure. They should not be shared publicly or exposed in client-side code, as this can lead to unauthorized access and potential misuse of the API.

  1. API Key information - API keys are used to grant access and control to applications or users that interact with an API. They serve as a form of authentication and authorization, ensuring that only authorized parties can access the API's resources and perform actions.

  2. Payment key information - Payment tokens are unique codes or encrypted data used to represent sensitive payment information securely. Payment tokens are used to replace sensitive payment card information, such as the card number, expiration date, and CVV/CVC (Card Verification Value/Code). By using payment tokens, the actual card details are stored securely by a trusted payment service provider, reducing the risk of exposure to fraud or unauthorized access.