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Web Form Security: Captcha, IP limitation and more

Your forms can be protected in various ways: through Captcha images, IP blocking, country filter or even password protection. No matter where your online form is published, we offer you a variety of options to secure it from external threats. Limit your submissions by IP or country, add a password to your form to keep spammers at a distance. Add a verification number (smart Captcha) and make sure no robots will submit your form.

Anti Spam Protection

Go to the Settings section of your form and click on the Security tab, on the left, to set the security measures you want for your web form. It’s simple as that, as 1-2-3!

Form security is not all we deal with regarding your safety. See our page about how we handle service security for additional information.

26 comments

  1. How can I block SPECIFIC IP addresses? (I don’t want to limit submissions from everyone, just IP addresses that are known problems.)

    1. I am afraid that we can not block specific IP addresses. If you know their email addresses you can limit their submission based on that. More details you can find here

  2. how do i disable a form…one of my forms is past the deadline date..i would like to stop any applications from being filled out

  3. I am a gold member. Your info page says the forms are protected with the HTTPS when on the form. I don’t see it. How can I get that so my members will feel more comfortable. I am using the captcha for all forms?
    It took a little while to learn the specifics, but I LOVE your forms and how they work!!!! Good job guys. John

    1. Hello John!

      In order to protect your web forms with HTTPS, you’ll need to enable the SSL encryption at Connection Type in the Publish section. But this works only for Platinum plans and above. If you want to protect your web forms through Secured Socket Layers, you’ll need to upgrade your account.

      However, if your web forms are embedded on a webpage, it all depends on the security measures you have established for the respective webpage/website. In that case, as a Gold member you can embed your web forms on a webpage with HTTPS you own.

      Have a look at our Features Matrix and see what each plan has to offer.

      Thanks for your kind words!

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is this service free?
Yes, we offer a free form builder service. Just sign up to the Basic plan and you are all set. This plan is forever free, but you are limited with a few features only, such as 5 forms per account, 100 submissions per month and you have to keep the backlink to 123FormBuilder on your forms. Check out our features matrix for more information.
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