JavaScript send data to hidden fields on remote server

Hi,

We have an FTP site with PHP that requires a username and password.  This site is for a school to upload videos to.  They are do not want have the students log in and would like the username and password passed for them through the CMS

The CMS allows for JavaScript to be implemented on their custom pages

For security purposes, I do not want to disable the username an password option.  I tried XSS but that is not working.  I tried:

https;//myftsite.com/index.php?username=test

 I need to find a way for those values to be passed through their CMS using JavaScript or HTML (their CMS will only support these).  Currently they are just using iframes and the url to connect to the site

Thank you for your help in advance
thomasm1948Asked:
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
If you put the username and password in hidden fields on an HTML page, I can pretty well guarantee you that the students will have them in a week.  Many people 'View Source' on web pages and data in 'hidden fields' are there in plain text.

Look into using a PHP page to do the uploading although the size of the videos may make that impossible.
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thomasm1948Author Commented:
These are small videos less that 2GB.  I was hoping that JavaScript could pass the values.  We are not worried about the student knowing the passwords being that this just going to be for a competition that they are having.  The instructor just doesn't want them to be hindered by a username and password.

So far the user security for is that once it is uploaded, even if they chose to use FileZilla, they will not be able to view any of the files on the server.  They student login can only upload files and the Instructor username has full permissions
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thomasm1948Author Commented:
We are using PHP for the upload page.  Currently it requires a username and password.

The FTP site is at a remote location and has a PHP login page for uploading the files.

The CMS that the school is using makes it hard.  I tried C# inline coding and that does work on their system
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