• Go to GlassWire's settings to change your font size, due to popular demand.

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

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    • 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.
    • Thanks for your help reporting problems so we can fix them and we hope you enjoy this GlassWire update!
    • 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.
  • 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.

  • 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.

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    What’s new with GlassWire 2.0?

    • 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 paid 1.0 users. If you run into any activation issues please email us so we can help you get your free upgrade.
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    Fixed a bug with the bandwith overage monitor feature.