If you are looking at this page, then your site will have been indexed by the findinsite-ms
findinsite-ms is a search engine, usually used to search a single web site.
To be able to run searches, it has to see what information is on the web site. It does this by finding all
the pages available on the site, usually starting at the home page of the site. It follows HREF and SRC links
to find new files to index. When findinsite-ms starts indexing a site, it retrieves
pages serially until all the site has been indexed. The findinsite-ms
administrator will usually set up regular indexing runs, eg hourly, daily, weekly or monthly.
findinsite-ms is software that can be run by many people on their web sites. Usually
findinsite-ms is run by a web master to provide a search facility on their own site.
If someone you don't know is indexing your site using findinsite-ms then read on:
The user-agent field in your web access logs indicates the type of browser or robot visiting your site.
findinsite-ms uses a user-agent like this:
FindInSiteBot/1.3.1865.38599 (http://www.phdcc.com/findinsite/bot.htm http://www.example.org/findinsite/)
This string indicates the findinsite-ms version*, a link to this information page, and finally
the URL of the instance of findinsite-ms that is crawling your site. In the above example,
please look at
http://www.example.org/ and find a contact point and ask them why they are indexing your site.