website was copied, how to prevent?

Let's say i have a website www.abc.com and people copied the whole content and create under www.xyz.com which is a scam. Customer thought xyz.com is also our website so they do some purchasing which is a scam.
Anyway for me to prevent the website scripts and photos being copied by outsiders?
swpuiAsked:
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Edwin HofferTechnical ExpertCommented:
Hello Swpui,

You may try DMCA Protection. Their premium feature allow you to prevent your content, photo, design etc. URL: http://www.dmca.com/ProtectionPro.aspx?r=mlm

After purchasing premium feature you can complaint by DMCA advocates to remove the content/photo or design.

You can read more about it here: http://www.dmca.com/ProtectionPro.aspx?r=mlm

Hope that may help you.

Best Regards
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
It is difficult.  If it can be seen in a browser, it can be copied.  All of the HTML content including javascript and images can be easily copied by programs like 'wget' and 'HTTrack.  Active scripting with PHP or ASP can't be easily copied unless someone has FTP access.  Same with databases.
KimputerCommented:
Both above suggestions are quite correct.
Basically what can be seen, can be copied.
For now, the fastest way may be asking the ISP/host provider of xyz.com to take it down, if you can easily prove what you have is unique and yours. The provider probably doesn't want theft of intellectual property attached to their good name. If the provider will really take action, of course, depends on their own policies and if they have any integrity. If it's not a provider (but they have their own data connection and host it on their own servers), it's a bit harder.

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Brandon LyonSenior Frontend DeveloperCommented:
You can prevent automated processes from crawling your site in order to make it harder to copy. You can blacklist IP addresses, limit connection counts, prevent directories from being accesses, and other tricks to reduce how quickly scrapers can copy your site.
swpuiAuthor Commented:
Thanks. The provider had blocked them. Good suggestion.
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