Advanced Website Uptime Monitor Download


Advanced Website Uptime Monitor Download

With this Superior Web site Uptime Monitor you’ll be able to merely test the uptime and the response time of an internet site.

Our web site monitor provides you a sophisticated uptime overview of your web sites.
As soon as an internet site goes down, you’ll be notified instantly via e-mail, desktop notification or Pushbullet, if the web site is again on-line you’ll be notified as properly.


– Add, edit or delete web sites
– Crawl web site to get response code and time
– Day by day Statistics
– At the moment Uptime
– Historical past
– Desktop and e mail notification when down and again on-line
– Internet primarily based configuration
– Let customers add their very own servers
– Consumer accounts
– Widgets for different web sites
– Language system


1. Webserver (apache advisable)
2. File Entry
3. PHP 5.Three or larger (PHP 5.Four or larger advisable)
4. MySQL 5.1 or larger (MySQL 5.5 or larger advisable)
5. PHP MySQLi extension
6. PHP cURL extension
7. Cronjob entry
8. PHP mail() (advisable)


1. The system may work on PHP 5.2 however some options are disabled. We’d advocate you to replace your PHP model.
2. Sadly for Home windows we haven’t discovered find out how to execute a cronjob. We are going to replace quickly as I learn the way.

On-line demo:

Username: admin
Password: admin

Username: consumer
Password: consumer

Change log:

Model 1.4.4 [July 31, 2016]

New options:
    - Calendar to plan server upkeep to keep away from undesirable notifications.

    - Improved the pushbullet class (choosing units not wanted)

Bug Fixes:
    - Fastened DateTime Diff error for PHP 5.2
    - Fastened pushbullet error within the cronjob
    - Fastened a few bugs within the language class and web page

Model 1.4.3 [June 18, 2016]

New options:
    - Reset password & Consumer account activation
    - Import and export csv recordsdata
    - You at the moment are in a position to set your individual date and time formating.

    - Added new translations
    - Earlier than including a brand new server the system will test on duplicates.

Bug Fixes:
    - Server restrict was set to three when creating an account
    - Some invalid emails had been seen as legitimate.
    - Server restrict was maximal 20 seconds in the event you set a trip for a selected server
    - Fastened small bug within the language supervisor

Model 1.4.2 [May 8, 2016]

New options:
    - Server occasions (exhibits solely up and down occasions)
    - Complete server uptime (primarily based on historical past)
    - You possibly can set a timeout per server

    - Now you can replace from 1.2.Zero or larger to 1.4.2
    - You possibly can disable customized test interval if it causes some points

Bug Fixes:
    - Choose a pushbullet account whereas modifying / including a server did not work
    - Fastened just a little historical past delete bug

Model 1.4.1 [April 26, 2016]

New options:
    - Language System, now you can create your individual languages for the panel!

    - Up to date the Pushbullet API
    - Modified interface for including and modifying a server
    - The uptime proportion is rounded as much as 2 decimals
    - New chart on the historical past web page (due to nondirective)

Bug Fixes:
    - Some database points
    - Fastened cronjob cURL headers
    - Cookie class on PHP 5.2
    - Response Codes doesn't insert into the database after the replace
    - The Pushbullet API

Model 1.4.0 [March 28, 2016]

New options:
    - Now you can select between PHP Mail or SMTP for sending the emails
    - You are now in a position to see the server historical past
    - System test to test if every part works appropriately

    - The server names within the Server Supervisor at the moment are sorted in ABC order
    - On the widget web page now you can see the servers with widgets enabled
    - Modified little typo
    - Extra choices when including an consumer

Bug Fixes:
    - The cronjob was public on the web
    - The uptime proportion was generally not appropriately proven
    - Not all knowledge is eliminated through the removing of a consumer

Model 1.3.0 [February 28, 2016]

New options:
    - Now you can select from 2 themes, gentle and darkish theme
    - Now you can set your individual Request Codes (If a webserver returns a Response Code that's in that record, the web site will probably be proven as on-line)
    - Charts on the server dashboard web page
    - Added widgets so you'll be able to add the widget on one other web site to point out the uptime and loadtime
    - You at the moment are in a position to set the test interval per website.

    - Improved the cronjob

Bug Fixes:
    - The mose of the pretend downtime experiences are mounted
    - You the place unable to login with 2 computer systems on one account

Model 1.2.2 [December 24, 2015]

Bug Fixes:
    - Unable to hyperlink a pushbullet account when including an internet site
    - The database construction was not supported on some MySQL Servers

Model 1.2.1 [November 28, 2015]

New options:
    - Extra details about downtime
    - Realtime dashboard and server supervisor
    - Desktop notification on each web page

Bug Fixes:
    - Fastened signin captcha error

Model 1.2.0 [August 15, 2015]

New options:
    - Customers can now create accounts and add their very own servers!
    - Cookie login (will expire after 24 hours)
    - Admins can set server create restrict on customers
Deprecated options:
    - A number of consumer ranks (admin, editor, viewer)
Bug Fixes:
    - Pushbullet notification spam mounted
    - Desktop Notification mounted (offline notifications would not present up)

Model 1.1.0 [June 26, 2015]

New options:
    - Pushbullet notifications
    - Customers can change there personal password
    - Signal In captcha
Deprecated options:
    - You are not ready anymore to disable Signal In
Bug Fixes:
    - Administrator cannot change consumer passwords.

Model 1.0.0 [June 18, 2015]

- Preliminary launch

On-line documentation:


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