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Hi,

i have the below code for form. At one time, when i went to my page i saw some data/link in my site. i guess a hacker entered some script in data field.

someone pls help me how i can protect my page.
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<form name="myForm"
action="gdform.php"
method="post">
<input type="hidden" name="subject" value="Form Submission" />
<input type="hidden" name="redirect" value="thankyou.html" />

<BR><b>Submit request to add your business:</b> <script language="JavaScript">document.write(findersHTML('CATEGORY'));</script><br>
<p style="margin-top:10px;">

<div style="float:left;">
<b>First Name</b><br><input type="text" name="FNAME" class="textField1" MAXLENGTH = "15" style="width:200px;"><p style="margin-top:6px;">

<b>Last Name</b><br><input name="LNAME" type="text" class="textField1" MAXLENGTH = "15" style="width:200px;"><p style="margin-top:6px;">

<b>Phone No.</b><br><input name="Phone" type="number" class="textField1" MAXLENGTH = "12" style="width:100px;"><p style="margin-top:6px;">

<b>Email</b><br><input name="EMAIL" type="text" class="textField1" MAXLENGTH = "85" style="width:300px;">
<br /><br><b>Business Type:</b><br><input name="business" type="text" class="textField1" MAXLENGTH = "16" style="width:200px;">
<br />
<b>Business Street Address:</b><br><input name="Address" type="text" class="textField1" MAXLENGTH = "35" style="width:300px;">
<br/><b>Business City:</b><br><input name="Address" type="text" class="textField1" MAXLENGTH = "15" style="width:150px;">
<br/><b>Business State:</b><br><input name="Address" type="text" class="textField1" MAXLENGTH = "15"style="width:90px;">
<br/><b>Business ZipCode:</b><br><input name="Address" type="text" class="textField1" MAXLENGTH = "5" style="width:50px;">

<br><b>Your Message</b><br>
<textarea name="message1" wrap="physical" cols="28" rows="5"
onKeyDown="textCounter(document.myForm.message1,document.myForm.remLen1,225)"
onKeyUp="textCounter(document.myForm.message1,document.myForm.remLen1,225)"></textarea>
<br>
<input readonly type="text" name="remLen1" size="3" maxlength="3" value="225">
characters left
<br>

<input type="Submit" name="Submit" value="Submit">
<br>
</form>

THanks.

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Last Post by diafol
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Google for "sql injection". Protect your database (in gdform.php), not your form. You cannot do anything against malicious data coming in. But you can protect against processing it.

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mysql_real_escape_string() and html_entities(). Maybe strip_tags too.

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A person that entry some script in a form field is not a hacker. Besides the functions that PHP has (and mentioned above) acknowledge that many years know the standard way is prepared statements.

Some people out there (that I must say that they done a great job) implement all of that in PDO for PHP. It will take you a day or two understanding PDO and start using it but then you will look back at code written without it and it will look like it came out Stone Age.

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