I wonder if banning form/query strings that don't return
Sat Apr 03, 2021 2:27am
anything you want (like A=whatever) would be a good start. I remember seeing a technique published years ago where a form element was hidden (and thus the user would never see it) and its presence or absence was looked for when the form submitted. That only worked so long, though, as bots learned to fill out forms.
Maybe that bored Turkish person really liked history (I don't remember exactly what the other board was) and also computer hacking?
Trying out generic WordPress, PHP vulnerabilities and HTML form/query string combinations. (Using A=whatever in the query string is a very common one for some reason.)
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I wonder if banning form/query strings that don't return- Puckdropper,Sat Apr 03 2021 2:27am
I have to specify which query params I want to accept (if any) in the method's parameters. So, if a user enters "?howdy=yall" and I'm not set up to look for a query param named "howdy", it gets completely ignored which is nice.
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