Dallas October 19, 2010 at 09:30:21 Specs: Macintosh
I have a competitor who is getting on my website and then using the info to make his website with my info. I can see through my chat program when he is there. I need a method to kick someone off of my website when I know they are not supposed to be there. Please help.
Unless you can obtain his IP address I don't think there is a whole lot you can do. Internet web pages are designed for people to browse, etc. Now if you make a website that needs a password to enter that would be a different story. Then you could regulate it.
We do have his IP address and it is static, not dynamic, so it stays the same. We can redirect him to somewhere else, but for litigation reasons it would be much better to log that he is on the site illegally, and then we kick him off.
Well actually I have logged the IP address and when that person hits my website, my software simply redirects that person to anywhere I choose, such as the Attorney Generals website, or wherever. I can send him anywhere I like. Problem solved.
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