>How can I make my form which entered by a user, then sent to a company
>employee, secure, not vulnerable attack?

What kind of attack?...

Rule #1.
NEVER trust data coming in from the user.

Things to maybe check:
The email should be within a certain reasonable length.

Their subject should not contain newlines.

Their email should only contain ASCII characters?  Or rip out any non-ASCII.
 Of course, that will screw international users...  Kinda depends on your
needs, and projected client base.

The email itself is, of course, inherently INSECURE in its transmission, and
subject to forgery, spoofing, interception, or replacement, unless you PGP
sign and encrypt it.

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