being attacked

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by bokke, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. bokke

    bokke Guest

    I have a newsletter signup form on my front page - you insert your
    e-mail hit submit and through php it sends it to me and the client in
    an e-mail. The problem is - someone is sitting at home going
    click-return-click-return-click-return-click.
    So I put a javascript making the person at least fake an e-mail address
    or it would not go to the next page. The problem is I think the person
    has the second page in favourites and every now and then goes there and
    hits refresh-refresh-refresh-refresh.
    I'm getting about 10 a day - How can I stop it? Help
     
    bokke, Sep 7, 2005
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  2. bokke

    Lee Guest

    bokke said:
    >
    >I have a newsletter signup form on my front page - you insert your
    >e-mail hit submit and through php it sends it to me and the client in
    >an e-mail. The problem is - someone is sitting at home going
    >click-return-click-return-click-return-click.


    You don't do anything about this with Javascript on the client.
    You fix your php script so that it validates the input before
    sending it on.
     
    Lee, Sep 7, 2005
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