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oleg
2006-09-27 04:44:22
oleg
2006-09-27 05:02:13
We have added new verification url for the new code:
www.protectwebform.com/verify01
the old one:
www.protectwebform.com/verify is still working with old code.

jnmccrt
2006-09-27 06:25:25
I have pasted in the new section of Perl code as shown at
http://www.protectwebform.com/securityupdate but now my form doesn't
work. I get the error message:

Warning. You are not authorithed to use image protection provided by
http://www.protectwebform.com. Read http://www.protectwebform.com FAQ
for more informationContent-type: text/html The image code you have
provided does not match the actual one. Hit the 'back' button of your
browser and input the correct code please.Content-Type: text/html;
charset=iso-8859-1
Application Error

An error has occurred in the program

oleg
2006-09-27 07:21:17
did you entered correct x and yyy values?
as written on http://www.protectwebform.com/securityupdate?
jnmccrt
2006-09-27 09:08:55
I have regenerated the perl code from the very beginning, using your
code generator, and I can see the two correct values in it. The error
message now reads:

"The image code you have provided does not match the actual one."

I have emailed you my perl code, as I don't know if it's safe to
display my private codes here in the forum.
jnmccrt
2006-09-29 01:08:06
Oh dear ... I keep receiving notification that there has been a reply
to this thread when there hasn't. I'm getting about three of these
messages a day.
jnmccrt
2006-10-01 10:25:02
Happy ending. The constant email alerts about additions to this
thread have stopped, and I have at last got my form working again by
rewriting my HTML page from the ground up and incorporating the
"light" HTML code as generated by this site. I think the original
<form>...</form> tags might have been moved/removed by Dreamweaver at
some point (it really doesn't like where I put them! and that seems to
have been enough to stop the captcha working.






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