WildGame Innovations wrote:
I talked to the Web Developer of the site and here is what they told me. Injection attempt is prompted when a user tries to input something (normally through a contact page), that runs a script to harm, steal information, or disable a site. The way you get that error is by having one of 3 things in the contact form. 'Content-Type:', 'bcc:', or 'cc:'. The reason why you can't have those things in the fields is because hackers can exploit the site by using these along with some script. Another reason could be that your email address is believed that is used for injecting scripts to harm the website.
If you didn't use these then please send me your message.
Thanks for the update. What your Web Developer says makes sense, but I didn't use any of those. Mine was a simple message trying to explain my problem with the wifi module. And later from the same email address, I was
successful in using your form to send a message. At least it said the message was sent, but of course I never got a response.
I can't send my previous message to you now because that was several weeks ago, and after about 12 attempts I logged off and I assumed the message was erased (if not, where would I find it?).