At 16:56 01/10/01 +0100, William Murphy wrote:
> > >yeah, but what about from the client side? When using GET, the client can
> > >both see what he's sending to the server, and change that info. Any way to
> > >do this with post?
Basically no. Its technically hackable (on certain browsers at least), but
I would not recommend doing so. If you want to edit server requests, or
make up your own on the fly, use GET.
Reading up on relevant RFC's would probably help. Developing a more mature
attitude certainly would.
>Destroying a bridge might look easy in the movies, but remember: They're
>designed to withstand the immense shear-forces of wind and weather. Deploying
>an underwater M-32 satchel charge at the base of each load-bearing pylon looks
>like the answer, but it might not even shake a modern riveted steel highway or
>railroad bridge. Without delving into the complex language of the guerrilla
>combat engineer, the best advice I can give you is to forgo subtlety in favor
>of brute force: Put two satchel charges at each X-shaped trestle buck, and
>this should rob the bridge of any reinforcing strength and cause it to buckle
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