Eyesite keeps an eye on your website, alerting you by email if any files, anywhere in the directory structure are added, changed, or deleted.
Eyesite scans your directory structures, storing the details of every file in a database table. The details stored include the file date/time, size, and md5 checksum of the file. Every time Eyesite re-scans the directory structure, it re-calculates the md5 checksum of each file, and compares it to the one stored in the database. Eyesite is then able to detect any files in the directory tree that are new, changed, or deleted. If any changes are detected, Eyesite sends you an email with all the details, and logs the details in the Eyesite History.
You can scan your site manually from the admin interface, or buy the plugin to scan your site automatically at regular intervals.
The main status screen of Eyesite tells you which files have been added, changed, or deleted. In manual mode, you can accept valid changes and reject invalid changes. In Auto-Accept mode, you maintain a full and detailed history of all changes to files on your website with no manual intervention required.
The History screen shows the history of all past scans and administrative actions
Eyesite does not currently work on https sites. We'll fix that in a future release.
Eyesite is multi-language, although some of the translations need updating for the new features in version 3.
|Eyesite User Guide||Version 3.04|
|Eyesite Component||Version 3.05|
|Eyesite Plugin||Version 3.00.02|