CMS NetCat

One of the leading Russian content management systems CMS Netcat. On our system, you can create sites of any complexity: business cards, corporate websites, online stores, online media.

Market Share By Site Popularity

The market share for CMS NetCat increased by 0.159 for Most Popular Sites, more than any other segment for the same time period.

Alexa RankCMS RankMarket ShareMarket Share Change
Most Popular Sites < 1,000#1320.159% 100%
Very Popular Sites < 10,000#2120.035% 100%
Popular Sites < 100,000#1680.030% 25%
Less Popular Sites < 1,000,000#940.055% -1.79%
All Sites#1590.019% -20.83%

Market Share History

This chart shows the history of detected websites using CMS NetCat.  
In the last 6 months, market share has decreased 20.83% from 0.024% to 0.019%

Top Level Domains

Websites using CMS NetCat were found on 27 top level domains

Top Level DomainsPercent
Russia (.ru)77.18%
Commercial (.com)8.282%
Belarus (.by)3.524%
Russia (Cyrillic) (.рф)2.379%
Ukraine (.ua)1.674%
Soviet Union (.su)1.586%
Organization (.org)0.969%
Network (.net)0.793%
Kazakhstan (.kz)0.705%
Pro (.pro)0.617%
Info (.info)0.441%
Biz (.biz)0.352%
Online (.online)0.176%
Shop (.shop)0.176%
Club (.club)0.088%
Samoa (.ws)0.088%
Travel (.travel)0.088%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (.vc)0.088%
Palau (.pw)0.088%
Kyrgyzstan (.kg)0.088%
Poland (.pl)0.088%
Austria (.at)0.088%
Mobi (.mobi)0.088%
European Union (.eu)0.088%
Store (.store)0.088%
Hong Kong (.hk)0.088%
Germany (.de)0.088%

Popular Sites Using CMS NetCat

We detected the following sites were using CMS NetCat

How We Detect Installations of CMS NetCat


HTTP headers can provide some of the best clues about a site's CMS. The values of set-cookie and x-powered-by headers are the most common and easiest to find.


If a CMS doesn't have meta tags, it will often have other uniquely identifiable html markup. This can range from unique html comments, ids or classes.

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