UGN Security

2004 from a weblogger's perspective

Posted By: Gremelin

2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/17/05 01:57 AM

Well I just rummaged through the statistics for 2004 and figured that I'd share my findings with you all.

Total (logged) BW used in 2004: 66.35 GB
Average per visit: 277.24 KB

Most Popular OS: Windows, 75.7%
Followed By: Linux, 2.1%

Most Used Browser: Internet Explorer, 64.4%
Followed By: Mozilla (not firefox which was 6.3%), 19.3%

Most Crawled: MSN Bot, wasting 4.44 GB BW
Followed By: Googlebot, wasting 4.44 GB BW

Most Popular Search Engine: Google, 114154
Followed By: Yahoo, 23990

Most Popular Referrer: Kestii.go.ro (content stealer; andySF's site), 13675
Followed By: PacketStorm, 4040 (only the top 4 locations where used as there are so many mirrors)
Followed By: Hackinthebox.org, 2037

Most Popular Month: September, using 8.41 GB BW (323005 pages served)
Followed By: November, using 9.35 GB BW (350416 pages served)

Most Popular DOTW: Thursday, 198.02 MB BW Used
Followed By: Monday, 200.95 MB BW Used

Most Popular Hour: 21:00 (GMT, 13:00 PST), 3.55 GB BW Used
Followed By: 20:00 (GMT, 12:00 PST), 3.60 GB BW Used

Most Popular TLD: .com, 23.07 GB BW Used (1500429 pages served)
Followed By: .net, 23.49 GB GB BW Used (1056653 pages served)
Interesting: .gov, 69.61 MB BW Used (922 pages served)
Interesting: .mil, 252.85 MB BW Used (3616 pages served)
Interesting: .edu, 880.95 MB BW Used (13857 pages served)
Posted By: Ice

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/17/05 02:19 AM

Cool, I find the Mozilla fact intresting, last time we discussed it, it was around 10% or something.

Know its around 19%.. Slowly moving up there smile
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/17/05 03:42 AM

Actually, when we had our discussion I believe it was on FireFox (6.3%); the view above was for the entire year of 2004. The ending months of 2004 FireFox was growing in general...

I expect 2005 to have a more popular standing for both FireFox and Mozilla.
Posted By: Ice

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/17/05 12:36 PM

ohh ya it was around 6.3%, man its moving up fast smile
Good, mabye this will be a wake up call for MS so patch there [censored] browser and make it better.

Not ignore the problem like they alwyas like doing. Then when theres finally presure to path, they do.
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/17/05 02:35 PM

Amen...

FFox is already 14.4% of 2005 wink ...

Myself I enjoy the new screen resolution readout:
1024x768 46.6 %
800x600 16.3 %
1280x1024 15.7 %
1152x864 11.2 %
1400x1050 4.3 %
1440x900 2.2 %
1600x1200 1.3 %
1280x800 0.6 %
1280x960 0.4 %
1280x768 0.3 %
Others 0.3 %
Posted By: Ice

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/17/05 05:00 PM

i am using 1280x768 smile
Damn, the stats even collect screen resolution's know, impressive smile
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/17/05 05:31 PM

Yeh, that was a major feature I wanted; turns out that it was just a small tweak on the loaded pages wink
Posted By: Spyrios

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/18/05 03:49 AM

Is that so you can tweak the pages to make them appear the best at the most popular resolution?
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/18/05 07:44 AM

Mainly so I can see, for curiosity, what the minimum resolutions are so that I can code for them...
Posted By: Ice

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/18/05 12:34 PM

its a sweet [censored] statistic page smile
Suprised its in Perl, i know how much u love PHP smile
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/18/05 12:40 PM

It's the best statistics logger that there is; the second that they start coding in PHP I'll use that wink
Posted By: §intå×

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/19/05 04:12 AM

1280x1024 me
Posted By: pergesu

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/19/05 04:20 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by Gizmo:

1440x900 2.2 %
Apparently I account for 2% of the traffic here. Or is there somebody else that uses a 17" widescreen laptop with this wack resolution?
Posted By: Ice

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/19/05 05:59 AM

lol, 1440*900.. that is wack lol smile
Guess u make up 2% of the traffic lol
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/19/05 08:47 AM

I have 1400x1050 on here, 800x600 on my pc; not sure what is on icey's...
Posted By: IceMyst

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/19/05 08:51 AM

mine's 1280x1024
Posted By: pergesu

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/19/05 03:17 PM

But is anybody's 1440x900?

I'd really hate to think I account for that much.
Posted By: Gremelin

Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective - 01/19/05 05:35 PM

for ntoe, the screen resolutions are ONLY for Jan 2005; from the last week or so; as i had updated the day i started this thread...
© 2017 UGN Security Forum