There are some untainting modules on CPAN:
String::ShellQuote "contains some functions which are useful for quoting strings which are going to pass through the shell or a shell-like object."
CGI::Untaint "provides a simple, convenient, abstracted and extensible manner for validating and untainting the input from web forms." Including dates, email, urls, isbn, uk postal codes, and credit card numbers!
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