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    How can I subimt a form xxx times


    Hi;


    I want to play with some php script locally and guess passwords etc. Hi can I submit form x times?

    Thank you
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    Do it with Javascript and "submit" the form using AJAX. As in craft an AJAX request that makes it look like the form - don't actually submit the <form> itself.
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    This is right on the line between "exploration" and "malicious hacking."
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    maybe, but he can only do it if he has access to the backend which "validates" the password? unless I am missing something
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    He wants to learn how to guess passwords by repeatedly submitting a web form. That's malicious. It's only gotten a response because he threw the word "locally" into the sentence.
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    Originally Posted by ManiacDan
    He wants to learn how to guess passwords by repeatedly submitting a web form. That's malicious. It's only gotten a response because he threw the word "locally" into the sentence.
    I am learning security. In this specific case I am planning comparing crypt vs sha1 and md5 and I want to see how I can guess passwords with loops. Very simplified version I guess a 4 digit length password with loops and I need to submit form to get that.

    I realise there are a lot of wrong information on the net about security. I am starting to realise there is no way to understand this matter right unless try as a hacker on my own test script. I have several pages like this with test databases all over the net. I a am not malicious Dan.

    I haver been under attack a lot. You call it, sql injection and xss. If you look at my posts you'll see that.

    I dont have to prove you I have good intentions and I hope you understand

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    • requinix agrees : he knows. it's just that other people with different intentions could learn from this too

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