- Hi, ... I guess the difference between POST and GET wouldn t stop a hacker by any means. I always use POST because I remember that IE cachesMessage 1 of 6 , Dec 30, 2006View SourceHi,
> Is POST slightly more secure (in the sense the hacker would have toI guess the difference between POST and GET wouldn't stop a 'hacker'
> do a lot more than simply submit a URL with variables and values)
> and doesn't have a size limitation?
by any means. I always use POST because I remember that IE caches
AJAX-GET-Requests. Maybe you can prevent this by sending some special
extra headers, but you can avoid caching using the post method.