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The 3D Secure API doesn’t allow you to do the request in the background. You need to forward the user to the 3D secure site. Use javascript to automatically submit your form. Here’s what our provider suggests:

        <title>Processing your request...</title> 
    <body OnLoad="OnLoadEvent();"> 
        <form name="downloadForm" action="<%=RedirURL%>" method="POST"> 
                <div align="center"> 
                    <h1>Processing your 3-D Secure Transaction</h1> 
                    <h2>JavaScript is currently disabled or is not supported by your browser.</h2><BR> 
                    <h3>Please click Submit to continue the processing of your 3-D Secure transaction.</h3><BR> 
                    <input type="submit" value="Submit"> 
            <input type="hidden" name="PaReq" value="<%=PAREQ%>"> 
            <input type="hidden" name="MD" value="<%=TransactionID%>"> 
            <input type="hidden" name="TermUrl" value="<%=TermUrl%>"> 
        <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="Javascript"> 
            function OnLoadEvent() { 

I think you are a bit confused as to what curl does. It does exactly what you explained, it acts sort of like a browser and makes the call to the site and returns the content of that post. I don’t know of any way you can actually redirect the browser server side and represent a post. I would actually create a Javascript solution to do such a thing.

To redirect a user to another page in PHP you can send a header("Location: http://example.com/newpage");. However, unfortunately for your program redirection cause all POST variables to be removed (for security reasons). If you want to cause the user’s browser to send a POST request to a different URL, you would have to create a form that submits itself. 🙁

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