Network Security Monitor & Firewall Tool
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 1.2 :
- You can now scan manually for devices under GlassWire's "Network" tab. Basic, Pro, and Elite users will have an automatic scan every 30 minutes, while free users can scan manually by pressing the "scan" button. We made this change because GlassWire was scanning so often in our previous update that some types of network hardware were giving false positives about GlassWire causing a network problem.
- To disable Network auto-scanning completely create a text file called glasswire.conf and place it in the c:programdataglasswireservice folder. Add this string to the text file: enable_network_scan = false then restart the GlassWire service. We plan to add a setting for this in the future.
- Fixed a bug that was causing some users to crash.