GlassWire is an attractive, free network security monitoring tool with a built-in firewall that works with your existing antivirus to give you extra security for your data. GlassWire monitor your network activity and visualizes it in a real time graph to easily find out which applications and hosts your computer is communicating with in the background.
The traffic is analyzed and once suspicious activity/behavior is discovered you are instantly notified, then you'll be able to block the potential threat with GlassWire's built in firewall management tool. Furthermore, You can also use this tool to look out for applications that violating your privacy or waste your bandwidth, and easily block them.
GlassWire also features an "Internet Time Machine" that allows you to go back in time up to 30 days to see what network activity your computer had in the past. If you don't want to record your network activity turn on GlassWire's Incognito mode or delete your history easily via GlassWire's settings.
Do you run game or web servers? GlassWire can also remotely monitor for potential security problems, bandwidth usage, and overall network activity and help protect servers or other computers far away. Simply install GlassWire on your server or remote PC and look out for unexpected threats or problems. If you see unexpected activity you can block it with GlassWire’s firewall. GlassWire uses Windows built-in firewall so no instability is introduced into your system by third party firewall drivers.
Note: GlassWire’s free edition is free for non-commercial use, business & enterprise users must purchase one of the paid licenses.
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- Easy to Use Interface
- Low on System Resources
- Visual Network Monitoring
- Remote Server Monitoring
- Internet Privacy Protection
- Bandwidth Usage Monitor
- Build-in Free Firewall
- Network Time Machine
- Beautiful Design
Last Update: April 04, 2017
Current Version: 1.2.100
English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (32-Bit, 64-Bit)
- Fixed a problem that caused some users with some types of audio drivers to crash.
- Fixed some typos for some languages, reported by users.
- Fixed a text overlap in the Network tab.
- Solved a problem where some users received false host/lmhost file change alerts.
- Fixed a problem reported on HackerOne.
- Stability and resource usage improvements.