Re: Spam resistent guestbook ?
El lun, 25-09-2006 a las 20:01 -0400, Marty Landman escribió:
> At 07:54 PM 9/25/2006, Craig Sanders wrote:
> >3. randomise the name of the main input field, and have it change every
> >day (or every few hours). e.g. instead of hard-coding the field name,
> >have the CGI script fetch the current name of the field from a text
> >file. the script can then generate the form with the random field name
> >AND know which field name to get the user-submitted post from.
> Hey that's a clever one Craig. I'm the author of some simple OS web
> apps including a guestbook and spam is a #(*&%# pita. But I like this.
> Hmm, if I was a hacker jerk maybe I'd make the posting positional and
> then disregard field name entirely. Of course you could also
> randomize the sequence of the fields, but spammers don't even care
> about format, they just want search engines to index their crapola afaik.
* Randomize the normal input fields. Or to set abnormal names.
* Set normal names (name, email, comment, etc. etc) to HIDDEN form
* if you receive the form with these hidden fields set, then the user is
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