Auto Refresh Timer

Setting the Auto Refresh Timer allows your Blacklist Monitor or Uptime Monitor dashboard to constantly keep refreshing their data, so you can easily keep an eye on them for changes. Getting started with this feature is extremely easy, and it’s done from the general actions drop down menu on each of the mentioned dashboards: Once […]

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How to change Contact List

In this article we’ll be looking at how easy it is to change the Contact List for one or more of your monitors at once. In the example below we’ll be showing how it is done on the Blacklist Monitors interface, but please know that the same steps can be applied on the Uptime Monitors […]

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Paid vs. Free – Blacklist Monitoring Email Reports

Our paying users will get a bit more info in their Blacklist Monitoring Email Reports, compared to our free users.¬†In this article we’ll go over the brief differences. Paying users (advanced) email report: Free users (simple) email report: contains comprehensive change data user has the full blacklisting/delisting changes right in the email report RBLs have¬†clickable […]

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View further blacklisting details in your reports

If you wish to view the exact blacklisting response code or response text, you can do so from any of your Blacklist Monitor Reports. Start by accessing the Blacklist Monitors interface from the top menu on your dashboard: Open up any report you wish to view: On the blacklist report page, click any “Listed” label: A […]

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View Blacklist Monitor Changes History

From any of your Blacklist Monitor report pages you can view the recent changes that occurred on that monitor. Start by opening up any of your Blacklist Monitors reports: Locate and click the “View Change History” button: A modal will open, containing the chronological change history for this particular blacklist monitor: You will be able […]

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Block View

Block View allows you to view all of your IPv4 Blacklist Monitors, neatly grouped into /24 blocks. This way you can quickly find your most blacklisted blocks, or your cleanest blocks; and you can have a fast overview of the status of your IPv4 stock. To begin, go to your Blacklist Monitors list from the […]

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Maximize Workspace

On the Blacklist Monitors and Uptime Monitors workspace pages in your dashboard you will notice a button on the top right corner of your screen: You can use this button to maximize your workspace on the current page: Thus removing any non essential page elements out of your way, and spreading the workspace table all […]

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What is the difference between API Calls and API Checks?

API Calls Represents the number of maximum API Calls your account can do per month. Every time you do a request on our API, using your API Key, one API Call is being used from your monthly quota. Each package has a different number of monthly API Calls included. To find out your remaining API […]

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Delete Multiple Blacklist Monitors

If you wish to delete multiple Blacklist Monitors, all at once, in bulk, you can do so by using Group Actions. Start by expanding the blacklist monitors list so as to contain as many monitors as possible: Select all of the blacklist monitors in the list from the top checkbox on the left side, and […]

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Select multiple monitors at once with SHIFT+Click

Our Blacklist Monitoring and Uptime Monitoring interfaces have Group Actions available. In short, the “Group Actions” feature allows you to select multiple monitors and apply an action to them all at once, as opposed to applying that action individually for each monitor. And with SHIFT+Click you can now select a range of monitors to apply […]

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