RE: [PBML] 3 Questions
- 1. Yep, should be, it turns on warnings and taint mode.
2. Firstly, it doesn't work that way on windows, the -T will stop the script
Best uses are, all CGI scripts that get info from files or receive input
from the user.. any script (cgi or otherwise that may get passed suspect
data by any means.) if a script is self contained and doesn't get data from
any potentially sus source, then taint mode is not necessary.
3. No, sorry. :-)
From: Will [mailto:self_deprecated@...]
Sent: Saturday, August 03, 2002 7:57 AM
To: Perl Beginner
Subject: [PBML] 3 Questions
1.) This may sound like a dumb question, but is this a
2.) Also, when should I use taint checking? It seems
like a good idea to use it all the time, but some
scripts dont use it, and I dont understand why they
3.) Does anyone know any good Perl IRC channels to get
on for chat discussion as per Perl/CGI?
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