How does the SSL decryption affects the PCI DSS compliance when data gets decrypted?

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I would tend to think that decrypted transactions are against PCI DSS - am I wrong on this? What would be good example of correct use of SSL decryption system which would not violate the PCI DSS requirements? Thanks for answers!
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  • TheRealRaven
    I don't quite understand the question. SSL (or other) would encrypt data in transit. Once an encrypted transaction is received for processing, it must be decrypted in order for it to be applied.

    At that point, SSL is irrelevant.
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