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  • Latest Version

    GlassWire 3.3.664 LATEST

  • Review by

    Michael Reynolds

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    Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 11

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You'll be shocked by how many applications on your computer are sending your private data over the Internet without you knowing. GlassWire's free firewall and network monitor helps protect your privacy & security by monitoring your network activity for suspicious activity. Once suspicious activity is detected you can block the potential threat with GlassWire's built-in firewall management tool.

Features and Highlights

Network Monitor
GlassWire's network monitor visualizes your current and past network activity by traffic type, application, geographic location, all on a beautiful and easy to understand graph. Go back in time up to 30 days and see what your computer or server was doing in the past. Click the graph to see details of what app or network event caused a spike in network activity.

Threat Monitoring
The program reveals hosts that are known threats, unexpected network system file changes, unusual application changes, ARP spoofing, DNS changes, and alerts you to the problem so you can take action. The software can also remotely monitor and help protect servers or other computers far away. Install the program on your server or remote PC and look out for unexpected threats or problems. If you see unexpected activity you can block it with the tool’s free firewall.

Free Firewall
The app's free firewall reveals all your network activity so you can easily see what your computer is doing in the background. Glass Wire's firewall shows you what current and past servers your computer is communicating with so you can see potential online threats and block them if necessary.

Note: Cannot Block All apps. Cannot use the Ask to Connect feature. No alerts when a new device connects to your network.

  • GlassWire 3.3.664 Screenshots

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What's new in this version:

GlassWire 3.3.664
- UI changes to GlassWire Protect and Log Analysis pages
- Bug fix of weekly view on Traffic Monitor
- Bug fix of Premium Upgrade

GlassWire 3.3.630
- You can now export traffic usage from GlassWire to a csv file for the Usage Table
- Windows Firewall rules will no longer be created for applications that are removed from GlassWire
- Tooltips now show with mouse over for elided text
- Other UI improvements
- Bug fixes

GlassWire 3.3.525
- It is now possible to filter the traffic on the Traffic Monitor by Country
- Bug fixes
- UI Improvements

GlassWire 3.3.522
- Various UI corrections
- Minor bug fixes

GlassWire 3.3.517
- GlassWire has a new modernised interface
- We have add a new improved “Traffic Monitor” tab, which shows the pre existing “Graph” and “Usage”
- We have renamed other tabs as follows: The “Security” tab is now “GlassWire Protect”, the “Alerts” tab is now “Log Analysis” and the “Things” tab is now “Network Scanner”
- There is a new “countries” column on the Usage Table view which shows data usage by country
- There is a brand new Interactive Map feature which shows data by country. This can be found as a third view within the Traffic Monitor tab
- A Live Connections feature shows which countries your PC is communicating to in real-time
- Various other UI improvements
- Various bug fixes

GlassWire 3.3.504
- Premium logo updated
- Bug effect alphabetical order of apps fixed
- Bug affecting theme reset upon restart fixed
- Minor UI corrections
- Other minor bug fixes

GlassWire 3.3.501
- Dialog improvements
- Fixed bug affecting text size
- Fixed bug affecting day selection for data plan settings
- Service updates and improvements
- Minor bug fixes and UI improvements

GlassWire 3.3.499
- Bug affecting log out upon restart fix
- Other minor bug fixes

GlassWire 3.3.498
- VirusTotal Integration now requires a personal API key to function
- UI improvements
- Minor bug fixes

GlassWire 3.3.495
- GlassWire Score and Anomaly detection can now function without the app login authentication
- Users can select to disable advanced analytic features via a splash screen before proceeding to use the app
- Feature to disable automatic upgrade
- UI improvements to the Firewall
- Device detection auto-scan feature moved to Things tab
- Upgrade to paid version pop up reduced to appear once a month
- Other UI improvements
- Bug fixes

GlassWire 3.2.490
- The requirement to have a access GlassWire via an account has been removed
- There is no longer a free 7 day trial of Premium for those who do create an account
- More features available on the Free version with various limitations include: Firewall (Click-to-block), GlassWire Score and Anomaly detection
- Changes to history and feature limitations on the Free version
- Direct navigation to Management Console
- UI improvements
- Minor bug fixes

GlassWire 3.0.484
- Improved default settings upon initial installation
- Fixed a bug affecting multicast address regions identifying as Thailand
- Fixed display of Security icon in dark theme
- Other bug fixes and optimizations

GlassWire 3.0.482
- Implementation of Permissions feature allowing users to control data processing
- Fixed bugs affecting Windows scaling and height adjustment
- Fixed bug affecting user log in
- Other minor bug fixes and improvements

GlassWire 3.0.476
- Enabled functionality of Things tab for Free users
- Implemented activation of pre-purchased license codes during trial
- Improved communication and messaging
- Fixed UI glitches for graph and dark mode

GlassWire 3.0.474
- Implementation of Anomaly Detection feature
- Implementation of GlassWire Score feature
- Implementation of new customer portal
- Improved subscription plans
- Implementation of Stripe
- Bug fixes and improvements

GlassWire 2.3.449
- translation of some strings for Italian
- tray popup notifications appearance
- a security issue reported on HackerOne
- Updated Qt libraries

GlassWire 2.3.444
- Menu show/hide are now animated
- Improved the accuracy of the IP address country resolving
- Updated copy/paste application wide

- an issue causing unexpected deactivation of GlassWire
- taskbar icons and tooltip
- crash in incognito mode for some rare cases
- Minor Bug Fixes

GlassWire 2.3.413
- Added notification if the firewall is disabled
- Improved grey button colors for increased usability
- Improved remote connection UI and behaviors

- an issue with alerts tab scrolling
- an issue that could cause data to be lost on restart with some unusual situations
- an issue where our service would not start with some unusual situations
- an issue that cause GlassWire to revert to free mode for some users in some situations
- Increased the minimum size of the GlassWire window
- a bug that could cause VirusTotal results to show an incorrect app name in some situations
- an issue where auto-updates can sometimes fail
- GlassWire now automatically marks an alert as read if the user clicks on the related desktop alert window

GlassWire 2.3.397
- New easier to use usage controls and user interface. See what apps are responsible for hosts in a much faster way
- Control the GlassWire settings purely with your keyboard, no mouse is needed
- Easily access data alerts from the usage screen
- Fixed a bug with remote access tabs
- Fixed a bug with the Portuguese translation where a character was missing
- Fixed a bug where the UAC prompt would appear unexpectedly
- Miscellaneous fixes and enhancements

GlassWire 2.3.374
- Improved optimizations for devices with an unusually larger number of concurrent connections
- Auto-update improvements and fixes, as requested by users

GlassWire 2.3.369
- Made changes to avoid a false positive by the Mcafee antivirus

GlassWire 2.3.367
- a bug where GlassWire would crash for some users in some specific situations
- a crashing bug specifically related to Windows 11
- a bug that caused issues with GlassWire and the taskbar, and auto-hiding
- a French translation thanks to a report from a French fan of GlassWire who posted the issue in the forum
- a high DPI bug that caused UI issues
- the time formatting for English language users, where 24 hour time should now display correctly if selected in our settings
- an issue that could cause a Windows Defender false positive when GlassWire is in "ask to connect" mode, due to helpful reporting of GlassWire fans in the forum

GlassWire 2.3.363
- Fixed an error with the order page link in the software

GlassWire 2.3.359
- GlassWire can now auto-update new versions without having to manually download updates from our website. Be on the lookout for update alerts, then allow or reschedule the updates for later. Thanks for your feedback in our forum where your requested this important feature.
- Bug fixes and optimizations

GlassWire 2.3.343
- GlassWire alerts are now completely redesigned! Now you can manage your alerts in a much easier way. Set unimportant alerts as "logs" where they don't show up on the desktop, then set other alerts as "important" where they do. Go to our alerts pane, then go to the top left and click the small settings icon. Next choose "alerts settings" to set up any security alerts however you prefer!
- GlassWire "while you were away" summaries now appear on the alerts pane
- Some alerts are now on by default for new users, but the less important alerts appear under the alerts "logs" area
- Receive a lot of GlassWire alerts at once? Now the alerts are stacked one on top of each other, so they don't take up so much of your screen real estate
- It's now possible to make alerts unread. Mouse over the alert you want to make unread, then click the three dot menu on the right side
- Many other fixes and improvements. Find an issue? Let us know in our forum, or email us

GlassWire 2.3.335
- Microsoft Store apps are now supported in a much better way. Even more improved support is coming soon.

- new "Things" device types as requested in the forum.
- the ability to re-order remote servers, as requested by customers.

- a bug reported on HackerOne involving .dll files and our installer system.
- a bug with DNS changes not updating correctly, as reported in the forum.
- some issues reported with our French translations.
- a bug that could cause icons moving on our graph to look jerky.
- a bug that could cause alert bubbles on the graph to overlap.
- a bug with "Things" and its last scanned date.

GlassWire 2.3.323
- Fixed a problem reported on HackerOne about GlassWire and its QT implementation
- Fixed a bug with our free 7 day trial system
- Modified the behavior of "Things" notifications for free users

GlassWire 2.3.321
- Added two new device types to "Things", as requested by users
- "Things" now keeps the original information GlassWire gathered even when you add your own info, as requested by users
- Fixed a bug that cut off hosts in some situations
- Users can now make longer scan intervals with "Things", as was requested in our forum
- "Things" now auto-scans one time on GlassWire's install, so a trial user can see what devices are on their network immediately
- Fixed issues with our Turkish translation
- Updated our Chinese translation
- Fixed a bug that could make GlassWire not show the correct number of online devices after the PC slept

GlassWire 2.3.318
- Major "Things" improvements including a completely redesigned user interface. Click the top right "settings" icon to use the new different "Things" options. Also, mouse over a device name and click the three dot menu (...) on the right side to add custom information for devices. You can also see old devices that are now offline and scanning is much faster!
- GlassWire now has a new notice in "Block All" mode that some Windows Security features may have network access to avoid virus false positives.
- GlassWire now has a loader animation when the firewall is switched on/off.
- The GeoIP database we use for hosts is now updated.

- a bug that could cause GlassWire to crash when the mini viewer is moved between multiple monitors
- a bug that could cause the GlassWire Windows Service to crash
- Chinese translation errors
- a bug that could cause some people to be unable to create firewall profiles
- a bug that caused artifacts to appear on the GlassWire main graph
- German translation errors

- Added more contrast to blue colors in the user interface so the text is easier to read
- Improved notifications about new "Things" that joined the network so it has more useful information
- Fixed a bug where publishers would not update correctly when "traffic" is changed in GlassWire's user interface
- Many miscellaneous bug fixes and stability improvements

GlassWire 2.2.304
- a bug that could cause high CPU usage for some users in some situations
- a bug that could cause GlassWire's service to crash
- a bug that caused the firewall profiles to not change color on mouse over
- an issue where the mouse would not behave as expected in some situations in GlassWire's UI

- Improved keyboard scrolling in GlassWire's alerts tab
- Made a firewall change to solve a Windows Defender false positive related to "ask to connect" and "block all" firewall modes in GlassWire

GlassWire 2.2.291
- You can now see services and process IDs related to your apps on GlassWire's Firewall
- Added a warning for our firewall "block all" mode, so a user who is using our remote monitoring feature will know they are about to block their own connection
- Removed an option to not show the ports on the firewall tab. This option is now on by default for everyone

- a bug that could cause some remote access addresses to not be saved in GlassWire's settings
- a bug where a graph pop-up could show zero stats in some situations
- a bug where the mini viewer had an alert bubble that could overlap its header
- a crash (reported in our forum) that could be caused by running an app from a network storage device
- a bug that could cause an app started on a network share to be unblockable
- a crash that could be caused by VirusTotal scanning when an app is on a network share
- an issue that causes all apps to be blocked on the firewall if "ask to connect" is enabled, and if the GlassWire database is moved from one PC to another

GlassWire 2.2.268
- GlassWire now has an option to send alerts to the Windows Event Log. This feature was requested because it allows GlassWire's alerts to be picked up by third party network security monitoring systems. To turn this on go to the top left GlassWire menu and choose "settings".
- GlassWire now keeps all public ports closed unless its remote monitoring feature is turned on. Then one port is opened to allow access to that feature. Visit GlassWire's help guide to learn more about our remote monitoring feature.
- Fixed a bug that caused some fonts to appear blurry in some parts of the app
- Fixed a bug that could cause GlassWire to open in the wrong display after being closed, in some cases with some PC/display combinations

GlassWire 2.2.260
- Fixed an issue that could cause user settings to be backed up and moved unexpectedly causing it to appear that all of GlassWire's settings and history were lost. If you had this issue with the previous version instructions for a fix are posted in our forum. Your settings/history are not actually lost, they are just moved, and this can be solved by following the forum instructions.

GlassWire 2.2.258
- Usage data can now be sorted by publisher
- Desktop alerts now include publisher information
- Scroll bar improvements as requested by GlassWire fans
- Fixed an issue with our Polish translation
- Fixed an issue where some ethernet users would have zero "Things" listed
- Fixed a bug that caused DNS change alerts to constantly appear for some users in some unusual situations
- Fixed a problem that can cause the GlassWire tray icon to look blurry

GlassWire 2.2.241
- Click the small down arrow at the top left of the graph to scale it however you want
- Click “Publishers” on the graph to see traffic by publisher. It’s useful to quickly find unsigned apps
- Click the graph, then drag back and forth to select time periods where you can see detailed app, host, and traffic data
- Resource usage improvements with GlassWire’s user interface
- Fixed translations for French and Korean
- Fixed an issue with host name for some devices on the “Things” list
- Fixed a DLL issue reported on HackerOne
- Fixed an issue that could cause a false RDP connection alert in some unique situations
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and resource usage improvements

GlassWire 2.2.210
- Fixed a bug that caused "ask to connect" to not work in some unusual situations
- Fixed a bug that could cause Incognito to keep data in the GlassWire user interface temporarily, even after being cleared
- Modified the "Evil Twin" detection feature so it works in a more useful way. It will now only alert whenever it senses a completely new mac address, but not every time your mac address changes. Some routers use multiple mac addresses in some situations and the alert can be annoying
- Fixed a bug that caused some host names to be kept in the database when the history was cleared
- Fixed a bug with RDP connection detection where it would not detect RDP connections in some situations
- Fixed an issue with Italian translations
- Fixed an issue that could cause GlassWire's service to crash in some situations
- Optimized the firewall to avoid an unusual scenario with some games that could cause GlassWire to experience high CPU usage
- Fixed a UI issue that could cause parts of the GlassWire window to flash with some OS versions
- Fixed an issue where counting could be wrong in some situations with our usage screen, after updating from a previous version
- Fixed an issue where some DNS host names could be wrong in some situations
- Many other small fixes and enhancements. We would like so say thanks to our GlassWire fans that reported these issues and helped test new versions to solve them

GlassWire 2.2.201
- GlassWire now uses an improved remote access system for remote monitoring
- This system is not compatible with our previous system so you'll need to update your client and server software both with this new version. If you do not have access to your remote server due to quarantine or for some other reason, you should not upgrade this version. If you need our old version it is available here for download.
- GlassWire memory and disk usage resource improvements
- Go to the top left menu to use our new free dark "asphalt" theme
- GlassWire now starts faster
- DNS resolving is now improved
- Graph data loading is now faster and improved
- VirusTotal analyzing is now faster
- Go to the top left menu "settings" to change GlassWire's speed units
- Subscriptions can now be extended if you go to the top right "About" menu
- You can now easily change change the remote access IP address
- The year was added to the alerts tab and calendar
- The date was added to the "while you were away" alert
- We fixed a problem with our Korean translation
- Things device discovery and DNS resolving is now improved
- Fixed a medium severity issue reported to our HackerOne bug bounty program about a theoretical filesystem data corruption due to the privileges granted to its service

GlassWire 2.1.167
- Added an animation when switching between firewall modes
- Fixed a bug that caused the firewall blocked apps to be placed in the incorrect category

GlassWire 2.1.166
- Turn nslookup off in your GlassWire settings if you don’t want to see the domain names of the hosts you are connecting to
- Changes were made on how the Windows “System” and Windows Defender are handled with the firewall
- Graph screen optimizations to use even less resources when using GlassWire
- New help screens to help with technical issues
- Other bug fixes and enhancements

GlassWire 2.1.158
- Fixed a bug that could cause a Windows Defender false positive Trojan:Win32/BlockMsav.A!reg. If you are experiencing this issue please be sure you're using our latest software
- Fixed some incorrect French language translations

GlassWire 2.1.157
- GlassWire now detects and alerts you to RDP or Remote Desktop connections to your PC or server. Go to GlassWire's settings/security to turn this feature off or on
- Having trouble finding an app? Click the search icon on GlassWire's firewall tab to quickly find any network-related apps on your PC, then block them
- The usage tab now makes it easier to select time periods of more than 1 year
- The Windows "System" process now appears under the firewall tab
- Miscellaneous improvements and bug fixes

GlassWire 2.1.152
- Incognito apps! Now you can set any GlassWire app to Incognito mode. To do so go to the GlassWire Firewall tab, then click the app's icon, then choose "more" then "Incognito". Now that app's host/data info is no longer logged by GlassWire
- Fixed translation problems with French and German translations
- Fixed an issue where GlassWire's window would change size for some users
- Fixed an issue that could cause GlassWire's UI to crash
- Other bug fixes and optimizations

GlassWire 2.1.140
- Hosts are now added to "new" network activity desktop alerts
- You can now see what ports you're connecting to on GlassWire's Firewall tab
- When your device joins or leaves the network you can now see the associated label with its desktop alert
- Improvements on dark themes thanks to user feedback
- A tooltip is now added for new users that explains how you can click the graph to see network details
- Other fixes and improvements

GlassWire 2.1.137
- GlassWire's awesome new dark skins are now available. Go to the top left GlassWire menu and choose "Skins" then "Night Neon Theme" to begin. You can then try the other different dark skins that are available
- GlassWire now shows detailed information about hosts (BETA). Have you ever seen a strange host that you had to look up information on from another website? Now detailed host info is built into GlassWire! To try it out go to our "usage" tab and check the "hosts" column. Now click the host you want info for, mouse over the IP where a circle with three dots appears. Click that icon to "search online" and see detailed host info
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and performance improvements

GlassWire 2.0.123
- Do you wish GlassWire's fonts were larger? Go to GlassWire's top left "GlassWire" menu and choose "settings" then set the font the size you prefer
- Host details are now added to the Graph/Apps popup window
- Now you can click on a graph alert and it will take you to the "Alerts" tab for more details
- Fixed a problem that caused false file change alerts for svchost.exe
- Fixed a problem that caused the GlassWire service to crash in some situations

GlassWire 2.0.115
- Have you ever seen unusual activity with an executable, but found it difficult to open up the location of that executable? Now you can click the three dot menu next to the file path to open the location of the executable within Windows
- Do you sometimes Google host names or file names to try to find more information about them? We do. Now you can choose "search online" after clicking the three dot menu that's listed after a host name (or file name to search for more information
- GlassWire's EULA and privacy policy were both updated for the GDPR. Your network activity and data usage information never leaves your device. Our company has never been able to see your network activity or app usage, and the GlassWire app does not collect your personal information

GlassWire 2.0.112
- Column sorting has finally arrived! Mouse over columns under GlassWire’s Firewall, Things, or different host and app tabs to sort between hosts, apps, and bandwidth usage
- GlassWire firewall list entries are now highlighted so it’s easy to line up file analysis results with apps under GlassWire’s Firewall tab
- It’s now very easy to remove all your inactive apps at once in the GlassWire Firewall tab. Go to your inactive apps, then mouse over the inactive apps row and click the X to delete all your inactive apps at once
- Fixed a bug that caused some customers to have trouble activating GlassWire Basic, Pro, or Elite in some unusual circumstances
- Miscellaneous other bug fixes and improvements

GlassWire 2.0.105
- Fixed a bug that caused GlassWire’s service to hang for some users in some unusual situations

GlassWire 2.0.102
- 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
- GlassWire now has a daily data usage option with its data plan feature
- There is now a VirusTotal report link to allow you to easily see more details on why an app was analyzed a certain way by VirusTotal
- The year was added for very old alerts that are from last year, or the previous year
- Windows 10 snap assist is now supported again due to requests from GlassWire fans
- GlassWire now does a better job of supporting fractional values
- Many bugs were fixed due to user feedback including a bug that could make some users crash. We also fixed a bug that caused data to appear under "usage" for apps that are chosen as hidden, we fixed some scaling issues, fixed remote host sorting order along with some other host sorting problems in other GlassWire windows. Our team also fixed a bug that caused GlassWire to crash due to unusual system time changes

GlassWire 2.0.91
- 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

GlassWire 2.0.84
- Fixed a bug that caused our "Ask to connect" mode to work incorrectly for some users
- Fixed a bug that caused some users to crash when dragging GlassWire between two monitors
- Made changes to GlassWire to avoid false positives from Windows Defender
- Improved the upgrade process from GlassWire 1.X to GlassWire 2.X
- Solved a problem where some GlassWire users could not switch on the GlassWire firewall setting
- Updated the "Usage" tab so it fixes a problem that caused some GlassWire users to see incorrect usage stats
- Many other fixes and improvements

GlassWire 2.0.80
- Fixed a bug that caused some users to not have an exception for system traffic in Windows Firewall
- Removed the dependency for the wlanapi.dll for Windows Server customers
- Improved the speed of detection of changes to the Windows Hosts file
- Made changes to help avoid Windows Defender trojan false positive alerts due to firewall changes
- When the GlassWire mini viewer is clicked it will now open the main GlassWire window
- GlassWire's window position and size are now remembered between reboots
- Fixed a bug with the remote server monitor user interface left panel

GlassWire 2.0.78
- Our major GlassWire 2.0 update is finally here and there are a lot of changes and major new features
- GlassWire now has a completely new interface with high resolution monitor support
- We have improved our "Usage" screen after hearing your feedback. You can now select day, week, month, or other custom intervals easier
- Firewall Profiles! Go to the Firewall tab and choose "Firewall Profiles" to create and save a profile. You can make one profile for public WiFi, and another for home use. Make as many profiles are you need
- The GlassWire firewall is now optimized to work better with Windows, plus our firewall rules now synchronize with the Windows Firewall. GlassWire now also checks the integrity of the Windows Firewall on every startup, and can restore itself if changes were made without your knowledge
- VirusTotal API support. Go to GlassWire's settings to analyze your network-related files with VirusTotal manually, or automatically
- WiFi Evil Twin Alerts! Get notified if a known Wi-Fi access point becomes unprotected or its MAC address is changed. Help protect yourself from Wi-Fi pineapple attacks
- You can now choose between system time format and a time format for the native selected language in GlassWire's settings
- It's now possible to switch on/off GlassWire's "Things" network scanning in GlassWire's settings
- You can now establish a remote connection by hostname, instead of by IP address
- GlassWire now has a free 7 day trial of its paid software for free users! Now you can see what you're missing if you only have the free version of GlassWire
- GlassWire 2.0 is a free upgrade for 1.0 users. If you run into any activation issues please email us so we can help you get your free upgrade

GlassWire 1.2.121
- Fixed a bug with the bandwidth overage monitor that would cause it to stay on when turned off

GlassWire 1.2.120
- Fixed a bug that caused GlassWire to reset the Windows Firewall to its default settings
- The problem where the GlassWire installer would sometimes hang for some users is now fixed
- GlassWire now has an “Upgrade” button that asks you to buy our software. Please consider upgrading if you enjoy GlassWire
- Other bug fixes and improvements

GlassWire 1.2.118
- Fixed a bug that caused some GlassWire Basic, Pro, and Elite users to become deactivated in some unusual situations
- Due to requests from GlassWire fans, incognito mode now stays persistent after a restart of GlassWire, or after a reboot
- Fixed a bug that caused the mini viewer to not save its position with some dual monitor configurations
- Fixed a bug that caused some GlassWire to crash if a certain kind of audio driver was used

GlassWire 1.2.109
- Fixed a bug that caused the GlassWire Idle Monitor to crash with some OS versions in some unusual situations
- The mini viewer should now always remember its position and size for all users and OS versions
- Fixed the sorting order of the remote hosts on the Firewall tab
- Fixed a problem that caused our Mic/Webcam detection feature to stop working with some Windows 10 versions

GlassWire 1.2.102
- Fixed a problem that caused some executables to have no description in unusual situations
- IP sorting is now correct with the "Network" tab
- Other bug fixes and resource usage enhancements

GlassWire 1.2.100
- 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

GlassWire 1.2.96
- You can now change firewall modes from the GlassWire Windows tray menu. Right click the GlassWire icon in the bottom right Windows tray to change modes
- The year is now added to the GlassWire network tab
- Three security upgrades were made due to HackerOne bug reports
- Fixed a problem where a network scan could cause the GlassWire service to crash
- We added protection so third party DLL files can no longer interact with GlassWire and cause it to crash

GlassWire 1.2.88
- 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

GlassWire 1.2.79
- GlassWire's network tab functionality has been rewritten from scratch! GlassWire now picks up new network connected devices faster, and shows more accurate information. Give it a try and let us know what you think
- Fixed a bug where some users would click the GlassWire icon in the Windows taskbar tray and nothing would happen
- Made a change to allow GlassWire to work with some VPN services that don't allow reverse host lookups
- Many other bug fixes and resource usage improvements

GlassWire 1.2.76
- Removed an old unreliable cipher between the client and the service to improve connection security
- Changed the default listening port to port 7010 to avoid false positive scans for some security software. This means that you must install GlassWire locally and on your remote servers for this update or the connection will not work.
- Fixed a problem where some free users would see a crash when trying to start a remote connection to another PC or server
- Graph history is now more securely erased when cleared by the user
- Local traffic is detected even more accurately now

GlassWire 1.2.74
- Fixed a problem where no remote servers were selected in the list by default
- Fixed a bug with the alerts counter
- The mini viewer caption now shows "local" traffic when necessary
- The network tab would show an IP with all zeros for some users in some rare cases. This problem is now fixed
- Miscellaneous performance improvements and bug fixes.

GlassWire 1.2.72 Beta
- GlassWire is now out of beta
- Fixed a problem with incorrect IP sorting on the network tab
- Usage showed incorrect local/external traffic counting in some cases
- Fixed a problem with the usage calendar user interface
- Many minor fixes and stability improvements due to user feedback

GlassWire 1.2.71 Beta
- Fixed a bug where some users would receive a DLL integrity error

GlassWire 1.2.70 Beta
- Labels for devices are now available under the "network" tab. Mouse over the network device you want to give a custom name to, then click the "label" bubble to make a custom name
- Alerts are now automatically marked as "read" if a desktop alert pop-up is closed by the mouse
- "Sort by IP" is now working properly under the "network" tab
- Fixed some problems reported on HackerOne
- Minor bug fixes and further resource usage optimizations

GlassWire 1.2.64 Beta
- Solved a problem reported on HackerOne
- Improved data statistic accuracy along with improving local and external traffic type detection
- Fixed a bug with remote connections for specific hosts
- Fixed a bug with application path resolving
- Fixed bugs with the Usage/Apps section and improved its functionality
- Fixed a bug that caused the Usage tab to not load for some users
- Fixed a problem with Incognito mode
- Many new small fixes and improvements

GlassWire 1.2.57 Beta
- Fixed a problem where GlassWire's service would not start for some users
- Made a partial change to how the admin settings work due to a bug report on HackerOne
- Clean installs now no longer require you re-enter your activation code if you're a Basic, Pro, or Elite user
- The Polish language was added
- The Usage tab animation was updated so it looks nicer
- Fixed a bug where some user databases were corrupted on upgrade
- The process of fetching data from the service is now more efficient along with other performance improvements

GlassWire 1.2.54 Beta
- This update is a major rewrite that was done to decrease memory usage significantly for all GlassWire users
- Overall memory usage for GlassWire decreased significantly, even with very long graph histories
- Fixed a bug with "Ask to connect" mode where it did not work properly for a small number of users
- Fixed a bug with "Ask to connect" mode where SMB, LDAP, and VPN connections would not work in some cases
- Fixed a bug for Microsoft Surface users where GlassWire could sometimes cause problems when the Surface is idle
- The graph "Max" value is now replaced with the real amount of downloaded and uploaded data in that graph period to make it easier to understand
- Fixed a bug where the bandwidth overage monitor would not work correctly for some users in some cases
- Turkish language support is now available in GlassWire. Go to the top left GlassWire menu and choose Turkish as your language option
- This update also includes dozens of other bug fixes reported by users in the forum and reported to our helpdesk

GlassWire 1.1.41 Beta
- Updated our installer to avoid a potential vulnerability reported on HackerOne
- Fixed a bug where some GlassWire clients in some unusual circumstances would crash at midnight

GlassWire 1.1.40 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.1.39 Beta
- Updated our installer to avoid a potential DLL vulnerability reported on HackerOne
- The installer was released, then removed due to a false positive virus warning from a popular antivirus. GlassWire's false positive virus warning was removed after contacting the antivirus company and we then re-released the update. There were also minimal changes made to the installer to see if it might help us avoid future false positives.

GlassWire 1.1.36 Beta
- GlassWire now makes it easy to remove old apps from the Firewall tab. Click the X next to the app name to remove it. The app will re-appear in the firewall list if it accesses the network again
- Fixed a problem that caused Webcam and Mic usage to not be detected for some Windows 10 users with a specific system update
- Added upload and download bandwidth levels on the mini viewer for paid users
- Fixed a bug that caused settings under the "Usage" tab to not be saved
- GlassWire now restores the install path from the previous installation
- Many other tweaks and fixes due to user feedback

GlassWire 1.1.32 Beta
- Made a minor change to the install process to make it more efficient

GlassWire 1.1.31 Beta
- Fixed a problem that caused some GlassWire user PCs to wake from sleep under certain conditions

GlassWire 1.1.27 Beta
- Fixed a problem where webcams and mics were not detected for some users

GlassWire 1.1.26 Beta
- Go to the General settings to choose the "Keep mini viewer on top" option
- Fixed a path problem for applications running on a shared network
- Fixed a bug where "Ask to connect" and "Block all" modes would not work in a few cases for some users
- Added a new flag for geographic locations for IP addresses which are not local and do not resolve
- Fixed a bug where some devices on the network had strange characters next to their name for some users

GlassWire 1.1.21 Beta
- Inactive firewall applications are now grouped separately under the "Firewall" tab if they show no attempted network activity for 7 days
- Now get alerted about new unknown devices that join the network, instead of getting alerts about every device that joins or leaves the network. Go to GlassWire's settings then choose "Security" then click "Network device monitor"
- DNS is now resolved for local hosts
- Away intervals now appear in the "mini" graph
- Many fixes and improvements including a bug that caused GlassWire's graph not to start working for some users

GlassWire 1.1.15 Beta
- Many bugs were fixed including some problems with Ask to connect mode, Webcam/Mic usage alerts, the Internet access monitor, and we also fixed a problem where some users would lose their graph data after upgrading GlassWire
- A bug was fixed where GlassWire's service would crash for some users in some situations
- This version of GlassWire is now fully translated to all our translated languages
- The mini viewer now shows the current main graph status in its window along with the ability to make the window transparent in its settings. Mouse over the mini graph then click the small settings icon to make the mini graph transparent
- We were able to fix these problems and update our features due to your feedback and support. Thank you for all your help and thanks for supporting GlassWire

GlassWire 1.1.7 Beta
- Ask to connect mode: Allow or deny new network connections
- Block all mode: Block all network connections while you're away from your computer
- Mini graph: See a mini GlassWire graph on your desktop that's available at all times
- Webcam & Mic detection: Get alerted to any Microphone or Webcam activity that takes place with your computer and learn what application is responsible
- Who's on your WiFi or Network: See what devices are currently on your network or WiFi and get alerted when new devices join or leave
- Awesome new skins: Go to the top left GlassWire menu to see the graph with some fun new skins and colors
- Longer graph history: Get longer graph histories depending on what version of GlassWire you buy
- Multiple server monitoring: Monitor multiple servers depending on what version of GlassWire you buy
- Hide application activity: Hide certain applications where their data doesn't appear on the graph so the graph is easier to read and understand

GlassWire 1.0.45 Beta
- Certificate changes were made to add backwards compatibility with older OS versions
- Bug fixes and stability improvements

GlassWire 1.0.43 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.0.40 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.0.38 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.0.35 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.0.30 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.0.28 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.0.25 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.0.24 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.0.23 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

GlassWire 1.0.21 Beta
- Change log not available for this version

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