Hi All,

I have recently attempted to 'trap' spammers who use autofilling tactics on the 
site at www.gwelanmor-internet.co.uk. This is written in html5 and uses a 
mixture of simple tests to validate the form.  However, yesterday I recvd a 
mail thus:


a.. name 
  a.. igmgrtasel 
a.. email 
a.. hidden 
  a.. -9 
a.. comments 
  a.. CaWePF <a href="http://ipdszgwutyvp.com/";>ipdszgwutyvp</a>, 
[link=http://rtcdalwdjrkb.com/]rtcdalwdjrkb[/link], http://xsejahukjzdr.com/ 
a.. send 
  a.. send message .


The script I used to validate the form is this:

<script type="text/javascript">
function validateForm()
  var x=document.forms["contact"]["email"].value;
  var atpos=x.indexOf("@");
  var dotpos=x.lastIndexOf(".");
  if (atpos<1 || dotpos<atpos+2 || dotpos+2>=x.length)
     alert("This is Not a valid e-mail address");
     return false;
  var y=document.forms["contact"]["hidden"].value;
   if (y==null || y=="")
   return true;}
    alert("I think you are a machine")
    return false;

<!--// -->
  function check(node) 
    var re = new RegExp('[<>\[\\]]', 'g');
    document.getElementById('send').disabled = re.test(node.value);

and it works locally and online. However the mail I quote from above is 
completely unaffected.  Does this mean I give up trying, or what?  

Any thing?



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