Our Hexowatch dev squad has been buzzing around the clock, diving deep into the matrix of codes and algorithms 🚀. Our mission? To tackle the notorious challenge of false positives. False positives are alerts that can be triggered even though no visible changes occurred due to a wide range of different factors, from pages not […]
In this tutorial, we will walk you through how to setup source code monitors on your key landing pages and CSS/JS files to get alerts as soon as these change.
In this tutorial, we will walk you through how to setup a WHOIS monitor on any domain and get alerts when the domain is about to expire or when ownership and DNS details are updated.
In this tutorial, we will walk you through how to setup availability monitors on any landing page or URL endpoint to get notifications when uptime, downtime or HTTP status code changes are detected.
The automatic AI monitor can check any page for visual, content, HTML, or technology changes.
In this tutorial, we will walk you through how to setup an AI monitor that checks for any visual, content, source code or tech stack changes on autopilot.
The technology monitor can check any page for changes in coding frameworks, analytics, tracking pixels, marketing tools, CMS, or server stacks.
In this tutorial, we will walk you through how to check if a tracking script was removed by mistake and how to monitor prospects and get alerts when vendor or tool changes are detected.
The keyword monitor is great for keeping an eye out for specific keywords on a page.
In this tutorial, we walk you through how you can monitor for mentions of your brand, check for special offers, or pick up on specific errors on a page via keyword monitoring.
The visual monitor enables you to monitor and archive visual changes on any page.
In this tutorial, we walk you through how you can get notifications when competitors update landing pages, check pages for visual bugs after updates, or keep teams updated when changes are made.
The HTML element monitor enables you to monitor and archive specific data points on any page.
In this tutorial, we walk you through how you can monitor data fields on any web page for changes. This is ideal for monitoring prices, financial indicators or product availability.
Great news, we just upgraded Hexowatch to support two-factor authentication (2FA) via email or the Google Authenticator app!