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GlassWire 1.0.21 FREE-new release

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GlassWire displays your network activity on an easy to understand graph while searching for unusual Internet behavior that could indicate malware or violations of your privacy. Once unusual network activity is discovered you're instantly alerted with detailed information so you can protect your computer, privacy, and data.

1.Network Monitor
Visualize your current and past network activity by traffic type, application, and geographic location, on an easy to use graph. GlassWire lets you see what applications are sending out data over the Internet and shows you what hosts they are communicating with.
2.Internet Security
GlassWire adds extra Internet security to your computer or server by visualizing all past and present network data in an easy to understand graph. Instantly see every application or process communicating over the Internet, then dive in deeper to see who or what your computer is communicating with.
3.Bandwidth Usage Monitor
Keeping track of your daily, weekly, or monthly bandwidth usage is easy with GlassWire. Go to the usage tab to see what apps, traffic, or hosts are using the most bandwidth.
4.Internet Privacy Protection
GlassWire shows all your network activity on an easy to use graph to help protect your Internet privacy. Easily see what apps are sending out data to the Internet and what host in what country they are communicating with. When you visit a website click the graph to see every server that your computer communicated with while that web page loaded.
5.Remote Server Monitoring
GlassWire installs easily on servers so you can monitor their network activity on your local computer via our remote access feature. Go to GlassWire's settings and choose “remote server” to logon to your server after you have installed GlassWire on your local computer and remote server.
6.Discreet Alerts
We specifically designed the GlassWire alert system so it wasn't annoying to users. GlassWire alerts appear briefly and then disappear into the background.
7.Network Time Machine
Use the sliders to go back in time and analyze past network activity on the graph. Check your bandwidth usage by day, week, and month in detail with resolved hosts.

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Level 12
this tool looks amazing, i think i add to my test VM (and maybe on my computer in the future, now i don't trust it xD)


Level 16
Just testing this with EAM/Comodo Firewall, tremendous help in defining and tuning custom firewall rules.
This app is a keeper for me :)

Why don't you trust it :confused:
I assume the trust element is due to the fact it's a beta
It's a very useful network monitor/tool, and works very well indeed.
Props to the devs!
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Level 63
GlassWire is an easy-to-use network monitor

Whether you're concerned about security, or just hoping to optimize your PC’s performance, understanding what's accessing your internet connection can be very helpful.

Network monitors will tell you more, but they're often targeted at experts, weighed down with complex details which -- even if you understand them entirely -- you may not really need. GlassWire is an interesting free network monitor aimed at a more general audience. It’s easy to use, looks great and provides in-depth reports, but they’re easy to follow and focus on only the most important information.

This simplicity is obvious from first launch, when GlassWire displays a scrolling graph detailing the peaks and troughs of your internet traffic. There are no complex details, no TCP/ UDP splits, no tables of figures: just a simple chart which shows you at a glance if something heavy-duty has just gone online.

It's a basic start, but more information is never far away. When a program accesses the web for the first time, say, a "New" icon is displayed above that part of the graph. Clicking it displays the date and time of that connection, the program which initiated it, and whatever site or resource it was trying to reach.

Clicking the Apps button displays details on the programs that have accessed your connection recently, including the amount of data they've uploaded and downloaded.

The Traffic button details your internet activity by traffic type: http, https, ssdp, pop3 and more.

Initially all this data only relates to the last five minutes, but there are buttons to view the last three hours, 24 hours or week of activity. Even if you stay at five minutes, it's straightforward to drag that window back in time to look at whatever peak or period you like.

Alternatively, clicking the Usage tab moves away from the graph and displays a more analytical view of the data. We saw our most network-hungry apps, the most common hosts and traffic types, the total amount of incoming and outgoing traffic, and more.

The Alerts tab has yet another view of your data, highlighting any new programs which have connected to the web recently.

A sort-of firewall displays network activity in real time, and allows you to stop particular applications going online. You'd get better results by using your actual firewall to do this, but this option is probably easier to access, and it didn’t conflict with our security software.

GlassWire isn't doing anything technically advanced, then, but its good looks, ease of use and multiple views of your internet activity make it stand out from the network monitoring crowd. Worth a look.
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Level 75
thanks for the tip. This is good software been using for a week or so now. Cheers.


Level 42
I've been using it since yesterday... It seems to be doing what it says it does.