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From "Pawson, David" <>
Subject RE: Security of Servlets
Date Fri, 01 Oct 2004 07:38:30 GMT

    -----Original Message-----
    From: QM 

    Executables and other server-side dynamic content( CGI, 
    servlets/JSPs, PHP, etc) permit end-users to interact with 
    the server in a different
    way: they must process user input, and in doing so, watch 
    out for malformed values.

Which has me scratching my head as to how.
I'm using mySQL for login name, password validation.
This from a standard html static page.

I can't see how I can get to this data to validate it?
Is it possible?

regards DaveP

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