I just uprgaded to the latest version of "Fast and Secure Contact Form" today(September 10, 2009). I find myself wishing the latest version would not prepopulate the NAME field and email field with my wordpress username and email address.
I spent a lot of time changing my wordpress ADMIN username from the default in order to prevent easy hacking attempts. I am very nervous about having my custom admin username prepopulated into that field.
For the administrator(me) having the real admin username prepopulated into the name field is unnecessary and a possible security issue. ...especially if I accidentally send the form with my custom admin username prepopulated.
Even when I test web forms I do not use my real username; I use something more helpful for me like test5 or testafterblahblahblahcodingchange, etc.
I think the developer should prohibit the NAME field, or any other field, from being preopopulated IF the user who is logged in is the administrator. ...or just prohibit fields from being prepopulated entirely. WordPress administrator usernames should, apparently, be treated as cautiously as passwords.