FileWizz is a small PHP web application that allows you to monitor various files from your ... More
FileWizz is a small PHP web application that allows you to monitor various files from your server, files like your websites for example.
Once a monitor for certain files on the server is created, FileWizz will check all the files inside the monitor periodically and once something related to those files changes, FileWizz will create a very detailed report and it will notify you.
Each report contains detailed info about what files were created, changed and deleted. Even more, you have access to a diff tool so that you can see the differences between two versions of a file.
Last updated 31 Jul 2017
Published 3 Aug 2017
Many of us consider that all the hard work is done as soon as we have created our website. You know the score. We have slaved over it for a long time or paid out good money for someone to create our own gateway to the online world and now it's time to start cashing in. However, as we all know, things can go wrong. It could be that your website has been hacked or you've made a simple mistake when updating content...or maybe it's one of those gremlins that creep into our computers overnight. Unless we are diligent and monitor the site closely, it may be weeks or months before we discover the awful truth. Not only could this hurt monetarily - there's also our credibility and reputation to think about.
However, there is a simple and inexpensive way of ensuring that scenario doesn't happen to you. FileWizz is a small PHP web application that allows you to monitor various files on your server - your website, for example - to make sure that nothing changes unless you want it to. It does this by storing a copy of the meta-data that is related to the files that you monitor and then comparing this metadata to see if the files have indeed changed. If they have, FileWizz will notify you via email with a small overview relating to those changes as well as giving you a proper link to a much more detailed report. Each report...