This book is targeted at a broad audience, but in a nutshell–to anyone who wants to learn more about survivability of web content. Ensuring survivability of web content has become a hot topic in recent years, and people at different levels in your organization need to understand web content survivability in different ways. This book is for anyone who may have recently heard the term “web content survivability” for the first time and needs to know what it is and how it helps them. This book is also for security analysts, designers, developers, and all manner of IT professionals. The goals of the book range from just wanting to be able to cut through the hype, to evaluating real-time and distrusted systems against the time, energy, and expense required to leverage them. We have attempted to fill this book with a broad range of resources and information. This book explains some of the nuts and bolts of web content survivability and how organizations can satisfy the survivability of distributed system in case any fault might be occurred. The question then arises, what do you do when a altered web content has been detected?