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Configuring Current Status Application for iOS

Posted on November 1st, 2013 by Damien Jordan in Tech

Current Status application for iOSThe Current Status application for iOS is designed for you to easily monitor the status of your targets via your iPhone, iPad or iPod.

This application enables you to view the status of your targets, to suspend targets, to perform “Instant tests," to suspend/activate notifications and be alerted immediately upon a failure. The best thing is that it all comes packed in an intuitive interface.


Configuring Current Status Application for Android

Posted on October 29th, 2013 by Robert Close in Tech

Current Status Application for Android

If you have an Android smart phone or a tablet, you can install our WebSitePulse Current Status application and be alerted directly to your mobile device, free of charge. Keep in mind that your device has to be connected to the Internet in order for the application to work correctly.


DNS Server Monitoring

Posted on October 24th, 2013 by Robert Close in Monitoring, Guides

If you want to make sure that your DNS servers are working normally and returning the correct data, you can use our DNS advanced level of server monitoring.

Here is a quick guide on how to configure your DNS targets in your account*.


VoIP DDoS Attacks

Posted on October 23rd, 2013 by Demetrius Turner in Tech


Most of us are familiar with hacker attacks that shut down sites through a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. But as a refresher, a DDoS is an attack performed through a multitude of systems (usually compromised personal computers) on a single target.


The Future Is Already Here – IPv6

Posted on October 18th, 2013 by Robert Close in Tech


Getting connected to the Web

Have you ever wondered how many different devices and servers are connected to the Internet every second? I was surprised to find out that now - in 2013 - almost 80 different products are connecting to the Internet every second. According to Cisco - this number will raise to 250 devices per second by 2020.