Several ASP members have reported that a new label is unfairly categorizing their software as “Suspicious Insight” and unfairly affecting their sales. This label looks like a virus warning when the criteria suggest that “undiagnosed” is a fairer designation.
Software labeled as “Suspicious Insight” simply has traffic among Symantec users below a threshold set by Symantec, perhaps because the version of software is new. Many small vendors may never cross that threshold and are unfairly labeled.
See a write-up on one ISV’s experience with Suspicious Insight for more background.
There are a few interesting tools around to analyze the speed of your website. Yahoo’s YSlow and Google’s Page Speed (both Firefox plugins) are a good start and offer a lot of advice and background information. In this post you’ll see graphs from Webpagetest.
This website offers the best visual analysis IMHO and shows exactly how the page is loaded, which file was received in which connection and at which time. I’ve used it to optimize my file sync webpage and will use the steps that I made as example. Here’s my starting point:
Image 1: First benchmark
Each bar represents a file. Time goes from left to right (less is better) and the different colors represent the different aspects of the file transfer. Read more…