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New Service – IP Blacklist Monitor (2015/01/21 14:06)
We have published a new IP Blacklist Monitoring service. Any company with their own mail server or a dedicated IP address under its management will benefit from this service. However, our primary customers are hosting companies of all sizes, VPN providers, Internet service providers, universities, and other companies that manage IP ranges of any size.
The service was created in cooperation with a medium size server hosting company, for which we are now monitoring several thousands of their IP addresses already. This is why we believe that it is ready to help your company to deal with infection detection, TOS violations, spam sending clients, and similar issues that can be detected using DNSBL or RBL IP blacklists. Simply create a blacklist monitor and be notified when your IPs become listed on one or more blacklists or when they are removed.
We would like to invite you to try our blacklist monitor for free – up to 3 IP addresses checked on a daily basis against 150+ blacklists is provided completely free of charge. And if you like it and need to monitor more IP addresses, our prices are the best you can find on the market.
Bulk Email Verification Tool and IP Location Finder (2014/10/23 09:00)
Do you have a list of emails that contains addresses of questionable quality? Try the new Online Domain Tools Bulk Email Verification tool to clean it up. This verifier is quite sophisticated in order to provide most accurate results possible. It supports greylisting, catch-all address detection, and also maintains a database of 10 minute email services that you also do not want to have in your list.
Another interesting tool that is new on Online Domain Tools is IP Location Finder. This tool provides geolocation data for the target matchine together with information on its ISP (ASN/BGP data). A useful tool when it comes to investigating an IP address or a domain.
Best Broken Link Checker? (2014/08/06 17:51)
We have performed a big test of 12 free broken link checkers against a set of 315 test cases. Which free link checkers can we recommend and which are waste of time to use? Read the blog post to find out! Then ask your webmaster, which checker does she use.
SERP Checker (2014/07/14 08:21)
Full name of our new tool is Keyword Rank SERP Checker. Probably all web masters and people around SEO and marketing know what this tool is supposed to do. For those, who are not familiar with SERP checkers – it is a tool that finds out how your project (website / domain) ranks for a specific keyword on Google (in general it can be done for other search engines as well, but we focus on Google, since its market share is unbeatable, maybe except for China). A SERP rank is simply a position in SERP, which stands for Search Engine Result Page, so rank 1 means that your web appears on the first place on the page with search results for a particular keyword. Obviously, this directly affects the number of visitors that will reach your website from this search (over 30 % of traffic generated by a search query goes to web that is ranked first).
We have created this tool simply because there are very few SERP checkers on the web that actually work and provide full information that users of these tools are interested in. Our tool also supports regional searching, so you are not limited to international Google.com, but you can find your rank on Google.ca, Google.it, etc.
Highly Customizable but Cheap Server Monitoring Service (2014/06/03 10:43)
We have launched our own Server Monitoring service on Online Domain Tools. Cheap for professionals, free for basic users with lower demands. And we have also started to accept Bitcoin. More on this in Online Domain Tools' latest blog post Server Monitoring for Bitcoins.
Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug Checker (2014/04/08 19:36)
This online tool allows you to quickly check whether your online service is vulnerable to recently announced Heartbleed bug. A very serious problem has been found in OpenSSL versions 1.0.1 to 1.0.1f, which allows an attacker to perform a wide range of attacks once she takes advantage of the Heartbleed bug.
Fresh news (2013/10/18 11:59)
Some of our visitors did not see any updates on our main page for quite a while and thus thought that there is no active development in our projects. The opposite is true, however.
Our Proactive Security Challenge 64 is updated regularly, which is evident from its news archive that can be found at the bottom of its main page. It is just that not all Proactive Security Challenge 64's news are that interesting to make it on our home page. So, if you are interested in updates in this project, its main page is the best place to check from time to time.
Online Domain Tools is expanding incredibly. Less than a year has passed since its launch and even if we just look at the TOP 10 Tools numbers, we are amazed. This project have developed on the Nmap Online Service and since its start, more than 120,000 new Nmap scans have been performed under Online Domain Tools brand. Our DNS Record Viewer tool has also been used more than 120,000 times. And the numbers of Symmetric Ciphers and Encoders and Decoders tools are even higher – over 400,000 runs in sum in less than one year. These numbers are far beyond our expectations we had a year ago and just prove that Online Domain Tools is a very popuplar and very useful project. Pleased with these numbers we have decided to work even harder on this project and expand our team of developers in order to be able to come with further major improvements, positive changes, and completely new tools.
Update 2013/10/27: Comodo Internet Security has been retested and jumped from 92 % to 97 %. Very well done! Read more.
Excellent ranking for Outpost (2013/03/20 15:28)
For very long time it was only Comodo Internet Security that was able to reach the Excellent ranking in Proactive Security Challenge 64. Today, new Outpost Security Suite Pro version 8 joined Comodo in this category with 90% score. Congratulations and keep up the improving quality!
Thank You and Best Wishes (2012/12/31 19:30)
We would like to thank you, our visitors, for all the support you expressed to us in 2012. Thank you for all your kind emails you sent to us. We really appreciate that. We are happy that you like our work that is helping to improve the security of desktop computers all over the world.
We would also like to thank all our clients and partners and software vendors that do care about the real level of security that their products provide. Thank you for believing that honesty, customer's satisfaction and focus on the quality is the best long term marketing you can have.
To all our visitors, supporters, partners and clients: Have a successful year 2013!
Online Payments Threats 2 Comparative Testing (2012/12/07 08:40)
We have performed a second round of Online Payments Threats comparative testing. The first testing revealed that security unaware users using security products in their out-of-box configurations are, in most cases, not protected against malicious techniques of financial malware. This was the reason, together with the fact that several vendors have introduced new features to fight financial malware in their recently released solutions for the year 2013, why we have performed another similar comparative testing.
For the second round, we have used the same set of 15 tests, but we have made some significant changes to the testing methodology assuming much more security aware users to be the target consumers. We have tested 10 Windows desktop security products and it could be said that three products succeeded this time, namely avast! Internet Security 7, Bitdefender Internet Security 2013 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 performed well. On the other hand, five out of ten products failed complely.
See the complete report for more information about this testing.