The web form flooder is a utility program that will put a lot of plausible data into website forms.
You tell Web Form Flooder to look at a website, and it will evaluate the forms on that page, fill them out with it’s best guess about what data that page is looking for, and submit that data. It can crawl all links on the page to identify other web pages within the site and flood them as well.
This utility is great for QA testing of your web forms to make sure they can handle a load, that all of your links work, and that all of your forms submit correctly. Entering test data is a horribly tedious task, and it’s rare that a developer will load up enough data to realisticly simulate what will actually occurr in actual usage.