Welcome! AuditMyPC.com is a vulnerability assessment, privacy test, research and security information site. This site was designed to promote security awareness – free of charge!
I originally started this site in 2000 and moved it to AuditMyPC.com a couple of years after. The site was created because I desired a greater understanding of security and in-depth web based programming. I was also motivated by the lack of similar sites and the need to perform remote security scans without limitations, fees or long registration requirements.
The information this site provides about your system is available to every site on the internet. The purpose here is not to scare, but to make you aware.
You’ll notice a number of unique features not found at any other site; features like PC Audits of all 65,535 (TCP / UDP) ports and user input scans that allow a visitor to test only the ports he or she needs. There have been countless browser vulnerabilities in both code and improper browser configuration. Rather than test for every possible vulnerability, the Privacy Section attempts to test for top level vulnerabilities; vulnerabilities that when fixed, correct lower level problems as well.
The site is also the only Security Conscious site I am aware of (Security Kudos). Built into the system is the ability for the user, ISP or network administrator to block out their IP address from being audited in the future.The system also attempts to recognize proxy servers and based upon the type of proxy (transparent, cache or corporate), allow or disallow an audit. Users generally do not understand remote proxies, therefore; every attempt is made to help the user behind the scenes.
Audit My PC is working on a secure section of the site that will allow businesses to test their website (free of charge of course) for vulnerabilities beyond that of a port scan. We also have a number of other tests, such as popup blocker, browser security, internet speed tests and much more.
This site receives a large amount of traffic per day which forces us to perform extremely fast scans; the down side of this can be false readings, especially if you have a slow connection. You can reduce errors by performing multiple scans and comparing the results.
New ideas are always welcome! If you have any suggestions, comments or concerns, feel free to leave me a comment; if it’s a private matter, simply mention it in your comment and I’ll make sure it stays private. Every comment on this site is moderated (needs to be approved before being made public) to help prevent abuse.
A great deal of site enhancements have come from these suggestions, and many late nights and early mornings are spent programming these changes.
On my radar is:
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If you have questions, need support or would like to report bugs, leave a comment on our Help Desk and I’ll do my best to respond as soon as possible.
Enjoy the site!
Thanks for a great site of testers and for giving to us free security info. It is very appreciated. I use a tool to tell me what’s up in my computer. This is a brand new computer I am on because the last one got attacked by a really nasty rootkit. It made its way into the tcp/ip stack and then it become undetectable to spyware software. I was told to take it down at that point or it would be like typhoid mary … so I did.
Anyway with the new computer I ran security program and I looked at their section on security policies and settings and I have a lot of things in there that show I failed the test for how my security policies are configured. I don’t ever set the policies of the computer because, well I am good but I’m not that good.. Is there anywhere that we can find out the best way to set those policies if we are a standalone computer, so we can prevent these sort of attacks in the first place, or at least minimize the frequency?
I keep a lot of the services in the admin tools disabled and my computer runs tight and in stealth mode and I can do anything I want to on the web. But I still get hit by the components and global objects and by network infiltration and I don’t know how to secure those policies so they can’t run amuck.
How would I know if an ex boyfriend of mine has access to my computer data? He used to have access to my computer information when we were dating. My computer screen shows two flashing computers next to each other and their activity data also shows the two connected computers and packets (sent and received), which make me think that all activity on my computer is being transfered to my ex boyfriend’s computer. Could this be the case and if so how do I stop this from happening? I am not technology oriented at all…Please help
I used to use your internet speed test frequently. Now each time I’ve try running it over the past few days it looks like it’s going to start and then says ‘connection refused: connect’ . I don’t have a facebook account and don’t want to open one just to try using this. This occurs whether using Firefox 3.6 or IE8. My Java version is up to date. Help?
I had earlier been using your site for auditing my PC. Now it says I am on a blacklist and my pc cannot be scanned. please remove my PC from your blacklist as i have not asked for it to be blacklisted.
Well Joy, you should have left your website address. The sitemap crawls just about anything, just have to have settings configured if it’s not a standard site. If you happen back, drop me your url and I’ll take a look.
Seems like a cool tool, but I can’t use it. My first page is an html page and the only one that the sitemap found. I’ve had this same problem with other tools and was excited when I noticed that when you open your tool that a Java symbol shows. This excited me because I thought this tool might work since I have a site that is largely written in Java and JSP. It’s a fairly dynamic site. Xenu seems to be able to crawl it, but I haven’t found anything else that can yet. Would’ve bought you 2 cups of chai if I had been able to use it. Chai is a favorite of mine too. :) Oh well, back to the site-mapping board.
Nothing has change with this test – when did it stop working?
I found your speed is very nice, and want to use your tool in my web site.
Now I have install it to our web site:
here is a demo page:
But it does not work now. I use python in my web site.
And also, can I use chinese in your speed test tool?
All depends on who provides your internet service. You may connect to your internet service provider (ISP) at your home, but your ISP may not have you touch the internet (outside) until you are in Maitland. It is the same for me where it shows I’m located half way across the state – but – it changes for me, sometimes they connect me to the net close to home, other times not.
Why does the “discover my IP address” say I live in Maitland when I actually live in Orlando, which is an adjacent city, at a great distance from their border?
Hi Wayne, Most common cause of the sitemap generator not crawling a website when it did before was that you forgot to include http:// – Let me know if that is the problem.
I’ve been using your sitemap generator now for quite a while, great tool. But the last couple of days it won’t crawl any sites I instruct it to. Is there a problem with it at the moment?