I've recently been asked to do an e-commerce site for a rather small business with a very tight deadline involved. Being as the time to finish the project is very limited and as I've never before developed anything involving credit card processing, it's my thought that the best way to go would be to download a currently stable E-commerce system based on Perl and tailor it to fit their site. This way I would benefit from not being forced to learn a completely new subject as broad as this overnight and I can be relatively assured that at least some of the basic security issues that I may not know of are attended to. If anyone has been faced with this before or could possibly have any recommendations as to what a good package to start off with would be I would greatly appreciate it.
PS: I'm sure this has been covered before but I wanted to get the most current information I could.
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