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Verify all data. and what I would do is post to your original page and then send them to a different page saying thank you.

For you login data, make sure that file is kept outside of the web directories that way a person can not access it through the web.. only through ftp, ssh, etc but then they have to have the password.. if they get the password then it really does not matter what kind of security you do..

Try urlencoding and urldecoding.. try stripslashes, try addslashes..

I put all my data into single quotes.. even those that are just numbers..

I do remove the slashes and then add my own slashes to the data.. that should take care of all yoru problems
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