Drupal’s content management system has proven to be particularly challenging in this regard, with the biggest update intentionally breaking compatibility with third-party modules, implying an expensive upgrade process that customers can afford. The solution was to archive these sites: take a live, dynamic website and turn it into simple HTML files that any web server could serve forever. This process is useful for your own dynamic sites, as well as for third-party sites that are outside of your control and that you want to protect. The sad truth of my mirroring and archiving is that data is dying. By the way, amateur archivists have at their disposal tools for saving interesting content on the Internet.
Very useful non-commercial library containing millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites and more.
A web capture tool designed for online research with automatic document collection and annotation of all web pages.
A free web page archiving service that stores page content, including images, but does not support dynamic content.
A tool that can analyze large volumes of data for hard-coded secrets such as keys (AWS, Azure or SSH) or passwords.
The database collects and analyzes legal requests to remove online material, helping users know their rights and understand the law.
Designed to download the latest versions of a file found on the Wayback Machine, recreating the directory and page structure.
Helps organizations create a permanent record of the web resources they link to. Created and maintained by libraries.
A tool that helps you find sensitive files. Gitrob will clone the repositories owned by the user. An important tool.
A new type of storage that supports data with persistent and perpetual reserves, allowing users to store data forever.