Active Server Pages is a server-side scripting technology which is developed by Microsoft.
ASP is a standard component in Windows 95,98, 2000, and XP. It can be activated on all computers running Windows.
Many web hosting providers are offering ASP, as it is becoming a more and more popular technology.
You can also avail this facility in the Windows hosting plans of the cpwebhosting.net.
But, Microsoft's ASP technology runs only on Windows platforms.
However, Chili!Soft ASP is a software product that allows ASP to run on UNIX and some other platforms.
The promise of Microsoft’s ASP.NET is that “writing dynamic, high-performance Web applications has never been easier.” That sure sounds good, doesn’t it? But for many non-developer professionals who are involved in one way or another with the Web development process, the devil is in the details of how this is achieved. So here’s a look at how some of the developer jargon translates into everyday language.
use an image captcha into your form. google "captcha"
captcha is only effective if you've got spammers that are spamming your site programmatically, however. If you've got spammers that are going in and manually submitting your forms.
You should also check and see if the CAPTCHA has a counter to block x number of wrong submitted CAPTCHA inputs. And have a redirect to set to take them to a diffrent page when it is reached.