GlassWire 1.0.21 Beta


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. The program also looks for; domains or IP addresses that are known threats, networking system file changes, unusual application changes, ARP spoofing and more.

GlassWire shows you what network activity occurred while you were away or logged out from your computer. No more wondering what your computer was doing while you were out. Just go back in time with GlassWire's graph and see exactly what happened in detail.

GlassWire visualizes what current and past applications are accessing the Internet. If you don’t like what you see you can instantly block network access to specific apps with GlassWire’s free firewall manager.

Download: GlassWire 1.0.21 Beta | 15.6 MB (Freeware)
View: GlassWire Website

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I have it running on Windows 8.1 x64 without issues so far. It's been a few days and I must say that this has one of the most pleasing UI's I've ever seen.

As for features, they are great. You can use it for network monitoring with plenty of info. The firewall part is easy too but a little limited for people with more demands. What's great about the firewall is that you get to customize notifications for many things.

It needs to improve some usability issues. For example, I needed to spend some time clicking or right-clicking on things to discover how to block or unblock apps from connecting. Hint: you toggle that by clicking the fire icon on the left of each name. I would also like to be able to see the pop info from an app by clicking on it, not just hovering over it's icon.

I'm happy testing it so far.

Really similar to Outpost Firewall but with a much nicer graphical interface and less control options.

I did uninstall it however, after specifying that I don't want it to start up it attempted to start up on next reboot. So I terminated it with outpost firewall and uninstalled.

If I say I don't want startup, I don't want startup, I don't care if it is service or not.

Really cool, but it's got issues. The driver for this tool gave me several BSODs on Windows 8.1 x64 on my Surface Pro. The dev seems to be aware of the issue.