[thelist] $_POST string

Daniel Burke dan.p.burke at gmail.com
Thu Jun 3 06:20:10 CDT 2010

As $_POST data is supplied by the client you can not prevent trickery.

On 3 Jun 2010 07:05, "Bob Meetin" <bobm at dottedi.biz> wrote:
> I am developing some php forms that require numerous arguments in the
> $_POST string. This works fine. Is there anything that can be
> reasonably done to not make all the ooohs and ahhhs display in the URL
> address bar which might appear tempting to some viewers?
> Or perhaps better, what is a standard way to bullet-proof $_POST
> variables to prevent trickery?
> -Bob
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