Vigilant Bit Monitor

Monitor various HTTP domains, POP3 or SMTP email servers, by measuring the ping results or detecting problems, with this reliable tool.

  • Vigilant Bit Monitor
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  • License :Demo
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Flipnet Ltd

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Vigilant Bit Monitor Description

Vigilant Bit Monitor is a simple to use network monitoring application that allows you to detect irregularities in real-time. The program is designed to help you track various domains at the same time, including Web or email servers. You may add several such servers to the watch list but only track the selected ones.

Server tracking setup

Vigilant Bit Monitor can help you watch the domains you entered, in order to detect their performance or possible problems. The application can also ping the selected domains and return the results at every 30 seconds. Its configuration can be made within a few seconds.

You simply need to enter a new domain and set the monitoring options that suit your preferences. You can watch up to two sites: a home page and a referent, for each domain you enter. Moreover, the software features an ON/OFF button that allows you to start or stop the tracking at any time you wish, for the selected domains.

Raise awareness on errors

Vigilant Bit Monitor is designed to notify you as soon as an error occurs on one of the servers: you can receive the log over email or let an alarm sound from the computer. You may configure the email servers and create an address book, in which to store emails that you often use.

The program supports both POP3 and SMTP email servers, so all you need to do is insert the server name and port. It also allows you to immediately send batch emails in case an error occurs on your server.

Ping indicator and error detector

Vigilant Bit Monitor can mark the ping results, as well as the response on the home page and the referent page. The monitored email servers are separately displayed, in the results dialog box. Any value that overpasses the established threshold is marked with red, while normal levels are represented by green bars.

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