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GlassWire 2.0.91 Final

  • Last update: 17 Feb 2018
  • License: Freeware
  • Size: 33.5MB
  • Downloads: 2266

GlassWire is a monitoring utility designed to show you in detail who and how is your internet connection used.

The logs are displayed as a graph, automatically updated every second.

You can always view which process or application connected to the internet, how many bytes received or transmitted and what type of connection did it use: http, dns, NetBIOS Name Service, FTP, etc.

You can also see IPs to which your PC is currently connected to and which country they belong to.
When a new application connects to the internet, you are alerted and using the firewall incorporated you can allow or block it.

This software, still in Beta testing phase, uses a modern and easy to understand user interface and provides you with every information you want about your internet connection activity, by graphs and detailed statistics.

In this way, you can always see which program uses the most bandwidth, when a suspicious connection is made and how safe are all the programs you have installed on your computer.

What's New in GlassWire 2.0 :

- Software update notifications will now no longer appear when GlassWire's Snooze mode is on. This was requested by gamers who didn't want to see our update notification while gaming, or streaming live.
- There is now more "info" when receiving a notice about a "new" application accessing the network. Click the "info" button and you can now see more details about the app and block it without having to open GlassWire.
- Fixed a bug that caused GlassWire to incorrectly convert extremely large volumes of data incorrectly under its "Usage" tab. Thanks for letting us know about this in the GlassWire forum!
- Microsoft Windows Defender apps are now white listed by GlassWire so they won't be blocked. This avoids Windows Defender giving GlassWire false positives.
- Fixed a bug that caused scrolling on our "alerts" screen to not scroll properly with a mouse wheel, when the cursor was placed in a certain part of the window. Thanks for posting this in the forum also!
- Fixed a bug that caused the GlassWire service to crash repeatedly for some GlassWire users. If you have been having this issue please try updating GlassWire. Thank you to the people who helped us test and fix this issue.
- Many small fixes with typos and other small things.

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