Those who have the misfortune to have to deal with significant quantities of spam will have doubtless had many for one particular range of "pharmaceutical" products, specifically Spur-M, More-Size, Extra-Time, VigraMax, Rabbit Pearl Vibrator or Fat Blaster. These are all part of the same spam operation believed to be run by Alex Polyakov, by many estimates the Internet's worst spammer. The sites themselves use no encryption for credit card details (despite a "134-bit encryption" banner on some of them) so pose a danger to those naive enough to consider shopping at them. A web script has now been released (which should be usable with any browser) for placing fake orders (with plausible names, addresses and credit card details) directly to the backend databases used by this spam operation, meaning that large numbers can be submitted very quickly. See the Spur-M-Enator thread at the Kill Spammers for more details and download location. If enough people run this tool, flooding his database with fake orders, it has the potential to cause real financial harm to his business (forcing him to discard real orders or risk losing credit card facilities due to excessive verification failures). Anyone wishing to see a cutdown in spam should consider using this tool to help curtail the activities of one of the worst operators.