A while ago I started working on converting an eCommerce payment gateway’s (DataCash) COM server to a native .NET assembly using their XML API. Once I had got a basic version working I decided to produce a [...]
CAPTCHA stands for “completely automated public Turing test to tell computers and humans apart.” What it means is, a program that can tell humans from machines using some type of generated test. A test most people can easily pass but a computer program cannot.
You’ve probably encountered such tests when [...]
Businesses that have the means to process transactions and fulfill orders over the web are e-commerce businesses. E-commerce is not a new trend. Businesses have long performed transactions electronically using Electronic Data Exchange (EDI) mechanisms. However, the potential of Internet, most notably the WWW, as a medium to carry out e-commerce has just begun to be realized. [...]
This article continues on an existing article found on CodeProject and written by Brainjar. You’ll find this project here. He proposed a good strategy to prevent web forms from spammers:
CAPTCHA stands for “completely automated public Turing test to tell computers and humans [...]
When interfacing with some resources on the Web, you are sometimes provided with a little snippet of HTML code. For example, to insert a PayPal button on your Website, PayPal provides HTML code that may look something like this.<form action="https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr" method="post"> <input type="hidden" name="cmd" value="_xclick"> <input type="hidden" [...]