In order to integrate Wirecard’s Device Fingerprint (FPS) with your website, you need to insert Profiling Tags on web pages where you will profile consumer’s devices. You can either insert the tags directly into your website, or use our iframe service to embed the tags within an iframe.
Profiling Tags are placed on HTML pages served by your web application, and allow Wirecard to collect device information from the consumer’s browser. You need to identify pages in your web application in which to place the tags that ensures that their devices are profiled before submitting a transaction.
HTML Sample for Profiling Tags
org_id is fix for all merchants: value is
session_id is a temporary identifier that is unique to the
It can be up to 128 bytes long and must only consist of the following characters: upper and lowercase English letters, digits, underscore or hyphen (
The format should be:
<merchant_id>is a unique merchant identifier (You can use the Merchant Account ID or any other unique ID defined in the Wirecard system).
<random_string>is a generated by the merchant
As a final optional consideration you may want to remove the reference
http://h.wirecard.com and set up web server
redirection instead to avoid placing a third-party domain name inside
For this you will need to set up a DNS entry for your sub-domain that
http://h.wirecard.com and give your
certificate to Wirecard to be placed on the device identification
Transmit to Wirecard Payment Gateway
To use the Device Fingerprint the
session_id (generated as above)
has to be transmitted with the payment transaction to the Wirecard Payment Gateway.
The Wirecard Payment Gateway provides the field
for this process. For details see the REST API Fields list.