GlassWire 1.2.70 available, now with labels!


GlassWire 1.2.70 was released this morning. This GlassWire update makes it easy to add labels for your devices.  Go to the “network” tab, then mouse over the row of the device you want to label.  Click the grey bubble then type in the name you want the device to have.

Download GlassWire 1.2.70

What else is new with this update?

  • 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.
  • We fixed some problems reported on HackerOne.
  • This update also has a lot of minor bug fixes and further resource usage optimizations.

GlassWire Network Monitoring Accuracy

How does GlassWire test to make sure its network statistics are accurate?

  1. We use many different methods to test GlassWire’s network monitoring accuracy.  For this blog post we used an application that downloads a specific file without any additional traffic. We used wget
  2. For this test we also used a standard file of a predefined size. You can find it here:

What was the application testing process?

  1. We downloaded a file of a known size to confirm the statistics in GlassWire are accurate.
  2. How we run wget: c:\Program Files (x86)\wget\bin>wget -o d:\tmp\10mb

10MB file result:

100 MB file result:

As you can see above, downloading the file showed the correct statistics inside GlassWire.

If you run into any problems with GlassWire not detecting network activity please try rebooting.  In some unusual cases a small subset of users may miss network activity without a reboot.

Also please note that using browsers like Google Chrome do not give accurate test results because browsers are almost always sending/receiving data for many different reasons and this causes inaccurate results.  This is why we used wget in our testing.

Please visit our forum to discuss our network statistic accuracy along with anything else so we can continue to improve GlassWire in the future.


GlassWire Basic, Pro, Elite Crack contains malware

lemon_limeWe recently tested GlassWire cracks to see if any are working and we have found the most if not all contain malware.  This is upsetting to us because we made GlassWire to help people detect malware, not spread it.

Please note the free version of GlassWire is very powerful and never expires on its own.  Don’t risk ruining your PC or losing data by installing malware cracks. 

If you’re using a version of GlassWire with a crack your PC may already be infected.  We recommend reinstalling Windows from scratch, then download the free version of GlassWire here.

If you want a paid version of GlassWire you can buy it here without ruining your PC.  We’re a small indie team and we appreciate your support!