Browser-Based Encryption

Capture and secure sensitive data at the browser level



Reduce Scope Without Sacrificing Flexibility

  • Reduce PCI scope
  • Prevent sensitive data from touching web servers
  • Preserve the look and feel of your web page
  • Protect customer payment and personal data

When you want to keep full control of all customer transactions but still need to tokenize the payment and personal data entered on your website, you can implement tokenization via Browser-Based Encryption.

Browser-Based Encryption uses a TokenEx-generated RSA public encryption key to provide an additional layer of protection for payment and personal data before it is tokenized. This ensures that sensitive data is secured at the browser level and is never received in its unprotected form by any part of your downstream systems.

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Secure Control

Tablet leveraged the TokenEx platform's unique ability to collect and transfer sensitive data without ingesting it in its unprotected form.

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Handling all of the payment information is done through TokenEx. We're not transferring any of that card data through our systems.

Henry Mendez Jr. | Head of Engineering, Tablet Hotels

How it Works


Data Flow-BBE


  1. User-submitted sensitive data is encrypted in the browser.
  2. Nonsensitive and encrypted data is submitted to client's web server.
  3. Client makes API call to TokenEx with encrypted value(s). TokenEx decrypts and tokenizes sensitive data and returns token(s) to the client.