Do you have a links that you have either paid for or exchanged ?
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This tool will search all the major search engines: Google, Yahoo, MSN, with your chosen URL. Tool will return the link count for each URL.
You will observe that the summary vary very much from one search engine to another. This is since the statistics shown represent the amount of inbound links that are recognized to that search engine (which will vary depending on the mass of their catalog).
This tool assist you determine the backlinks to your website and anchor text used in backlinks to your website. Back links are an significant method to boost your web site ranking in search engines. It does not matter how you obtain inbound links to your website, you may require a utility to manage the status of these backlinks - whether or not they still point to your site, anchor text of these backlinks and other parameters.
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HSLAB Shutdown Folder has been updated to version 2.1.1024.2010. Updates available at:
HSLAB Logger has been updated to version 2.8.1024.2010. Updates available at:
HSLAB Logger has been updated to version 2.8.1014.2010. Updates available at:
HSLAB Force Down has been updated to version 2.8.1014.2010. Updates available at:
Security Tracker releases version 4 of Security Tracker products family. Security solution for employee activity, working time monitoring, software and system usage.
Security Tracker is a powerful and flexible employee monitoring software for the control of the employees working hour’s usage in a network or on a terminal server. There are a lot of the programs to solve similar problems. Part from them - are spyware programs (key loggers) intended first of all for capturing of user’s keystrokes, passwords, emails, chat sessions and various messages.
HSLAB Security Tracker is a handy real-time employee monitor and security analysis software application for networks, which are used ubiquitously in any industry with large computer infrastructure. Basically, with employee monitoring system administrators always know about computers’ usage statistics on company network.
Security Tracker has released v 4 of HSLAB Security Tracker Family products. Network Editions: Enterprise Edition, Standard Edition, and Small Business Edition. Terminal Server Editions:Enterprise Edition, Standard Edition, Small Business Edition. Personal Editions: Personal Edition and Family Edition. Security Tracker is a Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/2008R2 employee monitoring software that logs and control all users’ activity on each network computer or server.
HSLAB Security Tracker monitors the set of a user’s activity parameters and records detailed information into embedded or external (remote) SQL server database. This information lets you control your corporate security, limit use of computers by your employees, receive detailed (including graphic) information about all user’s activity.
HSLAB Security Tracker stores its data in the SQL database. This format lets you access the database records and build custom reports using any SQL clients or integrate user’s activity information into your corporate information system.
HSLAB Print Logger costs starts from 30 USD for one server or desktop computer. Orders may be completed online at security-tracker.com. Demo version is also available.
Free evaluation copy available. (http://security-tracker.com/downloads/hslab-security-tracker-4-ne.exe)
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Apachetop is a very useful program that displays the stats for Apache in real time. Apachetop can show you how many requests per second are coming in, what files have been accessed and how many times. It can also show you who is hitting the sites and where they are coming from.
1. Installing apachetop
To install apachetop in CentOS, Fedora:
# yum install apachetop
Make sure you have DAG repository enabled.
To install apachetop in Debian, Ubuntu:
# sudo apt-get install apachetop
To install apachetop in FreeBSD:
# cd /usr/ports/sysutils/apachetop/
# make install clean
2. Using apachetop
apachetop essentially just watches the log files and constantly computes the stats. It can be set to show stats for the last set amount of time, or for the last set number of hosts.
It defaults to monitoring the defaults apache log file, but if you have virtual hosts, you will need to tell it to watch these also with the -f flag.
# apachetop -f /var/log/httpd/site1-access_log -f /var/log/httpd/site2-access_log
If your web server gets a low number of hits you can use the -N flag so that it shows you more information instead of clearing hits after 30 seconds. The -N flag sets the number of hits apachetop remembers. You can also use -T to change the length of time it remembers the hits.
This command will show stats for hits in the last 5 minutes.
# apachetop -N 300 -f /var/log/httpd/access_log
This command will have apachetop remember the last 100 hits and show the statistics for them.
# apachetop -T 100 -f /var/log/httpd/access_log
Once in apachetop the program will begin displaying and calculating the stats as they come in, so at first it will be blank. To switch between showing what files are getting hit, what hosts are accessing the web server, and where they are coming from press "d".
For the help menu press "h".