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How to Customize Contact Types

Posted on September 30th, 2015 by Jessica L in Monitoring

Contact typesMonitoring your website's availability and performance has proven to be a crucial part of the responsibilities of web-business owners. Knowing about a problem with your website or application on time helps you avoid possible downtimes and clientsand revenue loss. That is why we make sure to alert you in all possible ways. In this article we will introduce you to the Contact types we support, how to set them up and how to use them.

Contact Types:

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How to Customize Alert Contents

Posted on September 15th, 2015 by Robert Close in Monitoring

There are many reasons to set up customized alerts from WebSitePulse, such as:

  • You are parsing the content of the alerts with another notification and/or monitoring tool.
  • You need specific data in the alerts (last resolved IP, the first 100 bytes of the response we received from your server, etc.).
  • You only want to receive 1 SMS notification (usually up to 160 characters per message)  when we detect a failure.

How to Customize Alerts

Customizing alerts contents is an easy and straight forward process that you can do in less than 5 minutes. Here’s how:

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How to Earn with WebSitePulse

Posted on August 19th, 2015 by WebSitePulse in WebSitePulse News

WebSitePulse affiliate program

Looking for an extra income? We’ve got an idea: why don’t you enroll in the WebSitePulse affiliate program to start cashing in?

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For DBAs: Think of backup strategies as restore strategies

Posted on July 24th, 2014 by Boyana Peeva in Tech

database administrator

How come you got involved in IT?

I always enjoyed working with computers when I was in school and so it seemed a natural area to study at the university. I enjoyed studying database design so once I completed my BSC in 2005, I started looking for a database developer position.

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Test Your Server Against the Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability

Posted on April 8th, 2014 by WebSitePulse in Tools, Tech

Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerabilityA major vulnerability in OpenSSL software was announced late yesterday, impacting all servers having the Heartbeat TLS extension enabled with OpenSSL versions states above.

The "heartbleed" vulnerability, has been already recorded as CVE-2014-0160. Further details can be found at heartbleed.com and www.openssl.org/news/secadv_20140407.txt.

The bug has already scared a lot of system administrators and site owners, and the one that we've done on WebSitePulse was to release a test against this vulnerability.

So, if you want to check whether your secure server is affected or not, please visit: www.websitepulse.com/heartbeat.php

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