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  1. Again.. He doesn't even need to go through all...

    Again.. He doesn't even need to go through all that trouble. He can open your form, bypass your javascript and send whatever he likes. From your domain.

    A good hacker can fake ANYTHING you ask...
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    You get undefined index errors when the index...

    You get undefined index errors when the index does not exist.

    Where are you setting $_SESSION['userid']? Have you initialized the session on your login.php file?

    <?php
    if...
  3. I don't know exactly what you mean right now. So...

    I don't know exactly what you mean right now. So I'm going off of what sounds about right.

    You CAN restrict through what's called a HTTP Referrer, which is the page that is sending you from...
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    Try using "isset($_GET['x'])" instead of "!$"....

    Try using "isset($_GET['x'])" instead of "!$". You're getting errors because your code is trying to actually access the $_GET['step'] variable. Since it isn't set, it throws an error. Your online...
  5. That would not be enough to make it all...

    That would not be enough to make it all protected. A guy can walk right into YOUR form, disable javascript and override all your protections and still send invalid data with the simple debugging...
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