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Re: SQL hacking
Posted by: danish hafeez
Date: May 04, 2024 03:54AM

To effectively combat spam submissions on your "join.php" page, consider a multi-pronged approach. Start by implementing CAPTCHA or reCAPTCHA to verify human input, followed by stringent input validation to filter out illegitimate data. Additionally, integrate hidden fields or form tokens to detect and block bot submissions. These measures collectively fortify your form against spam, ensuring a smoother experience for genuine users.


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