'Contact Form' lets users send you email through a Web interface. It thwarts spammers by not allowing email to be sent to unknown addresses, and by not revealing the addresses that it knows. Additionally, it does not contain cross site scripting vulnerabilities or allow arbitrary code to be run on the host. It provides adequate information in the headers it sends to trace spammers, can check the validity of all data before sending emails, and has a customizable interface that allows arbitrary fields.
released on 4 October 2014
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