I have a competitor who has blatantly copied a sales lead generation website that I own. Is there a program out there that will automatically visit his website and fill out the form with "gibberish" leads? This competitor is NOT a webmaster. They are an offline business. They must have hired someone to copy my shit. This former customer who used to pay a monthly service to use my website(s), decided that they'd rather rip it off, ignore my copyright, and build their own (one time fee - instead of monthly billing - and I'm expensive I'll admit - but were talking leads where one sales nets 1000s in profits). I'm thinking that if I can just sort of "DDOS-style" attack the site with so much gibberish data that the real leads (actual people who sign up at the site) are so few and far between, that they'll give up on their own site and come back to me. I have no interest in actually DDOS'ing the site because that's illegal and it'd be impossible not to deny service to the other webmasters hosted on the IP. Plus, I don't need a hosting company or anyone technical trying to figure this out. These guys who own this copy website are morons and wouldn't even know where to begin to try to track it. So as long as I attack only their sites, they'll be thumbs up their asses to do anything about it. Ideas? I really need to pull this off; there's more on the line that just losing this customer. Most of my customers know each other. If the others see that someone has copied me and got away with it...it will only be a matter of time before others try to get brazen as well. If I let one "get out of line" - the others will think they can too. I showed these idiots (off line businesses) how to generate leads online. Now they want to copy my methods, copy my websites and cut me out of the loop. I won't go quietly. Can someone help and/or make suggestions? I'm hoping there's some sort of program that I could run from my comp while connected to proxies that will do what I'm suggesting. The website in question is a php site with a form that you fill out for your name, address, phone, etc, and it has a few check boxes, etc. In other words, I could tell the script exactly what to expect (how many fields and what type of input they require).