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A New IP Block (in case you need to whitelist it)

Starting on 2016-09-14, we are adding a new IP block to the system. The current IP blocks are still staying active and we’ll start to send requests from this new IP block too. Here are the details: IP Block: 63.143.42.240/28 which means that the IPs are: 63.143.42.242 63.143.42.243 63.143.42.244 63.143.42.245 63.143.42.246 63.143.42.247 63.143.42.248 63.143.42.249 63.143.42.250 63.143.42.251 […]

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Logic Update For Monitoring Authentication-Required Websites

It is already possible to monitor websites that require “HTTP basic auth” with Uptime Robot by providing login details. However, it was not possible to monitor authentication-required websites without providing the auth credentials as Uptime Robot was considering any HTTP 401 response as “down”. A logic update is applied today that will count HTTP 401 […]

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Why Is Uptime Robot Free (And Will It Always Stay So)?

We get many questions regarding "if Uptime Robot will ever become paid or not" and thought it'll be the best to share it in detail. Why Is Uptime Robot Free? We have launched Uptime Robot in January 2010 hoping to offer a non-complicated uptime service (where every website owner actually needs). Also, we had created […]