3D Secure 2.0 (3DS2) is a widely recommended solution for strong customer authentication (SCA) under PSD2. The Access Worldpay gateway integration provides support for 3DS2 through the embedded iFrame of Payment Pages 2.0.
To comply with PSD2 using 3DS2, the following updates are required:
- Configure the gateway instance.
- Configure 3DS2 settings in Payment Pages.
Then you can implement and use Payment Pages 2.0 as usual. See Payment Pages 2.0 implementation overview for more information.
With 3DS2 implemented and enabled, when end customers are challenged while transacting on your Payment Page, they will get held up on the challenge window before passing the validation. The callback page is displayed only when they are authenticated. A payment method ID is also generated and returned.
If your customers failed the strong customer authentication, the
[ThreeDs2_Authentication_Exception] error code and the actual error message are returned. The error code is common across all gateways, while the error message is gateway-specific.
Configure the gateway instance
If you are using WorldPay (Corporate Gateway), upgrade your gateway to Access Worldpay. Contact Zuora Global Support to get Access Worldpay enabled.
Configure 3DS2 settings in Payment Pages
When setting up a Payment Page, select the Enable 3D Secure 2.0 checkbox and select the created gateway instance from the Default Payment Gateway dropdown list. You can complete other settings as usual.
Zuora recommends you to enable the CAPTCHA challenge feature so that you can limit the number of times end customers can attempt to submit the form after they fail the authentication. CAPTCHA challenge can be used with the 3DS2 feature to prevent potential bot attacks and reinforce the transaction security.
For more information about enabling and configuring CAPTCHA, see Security Measures for Payment Pages 2.0.
If you select a gateway integration that does not support 3DS2, an error message is displayed when saving the Payment Page.
The "Best practices" section in Zuora’s implementation of 3D Secure 2.0 provides best practices for reducing the possibility of failed transactions due to 3DS2 authentication errors.