New Application Monitor
Alerts you every time a new unknown application is accessing the Internet or network. Initially you may receive a lot of these alerts immediately after installing GlassWire but they will become rare over time. These alerts are useful because you can see when any new application on your system is suddenly accessing the Internet and investigate the details. It's interesting to see what applications phone home to unknown servers or do things you never expected on the network.
System File Changed
Alerts you to a system file that has changed that is network related. If a network related file is modified it may be a good idea to check it out if you didn't initiate the change yourself.
Device List Change
Alerts you to any network related devices on your system that were changed.
Application info monitor
Alerts you to changes with any applications that access the Internet that could be caused by malware.
While you were away
Gives you a summary of what network activity occurred on your computer while you were away or while your computer was idle.
Looks for and reports ARP spoofing. ARP spoofing may allow an attacker to intercept data, modify your Internet traffic, or stop your traffic all together.
Go to the "Usage" tab and click the "Options" on the left side to set an alert once you hit a certain bandwidth level.
Alert you to proxy use or changes.
Alerts you to DNS changes on your system. Some toolbars or malware can change your DNS settings without your permission. Using unknown DNS servers can be dangerous or cause you to experience annoying ads.
Internet Access Monitor
Alerts you to Internet access changes on your system.
Remote Client Connection
If you enable the remote access feature this alert lets you know when you connect to your server or computer remotely with GlassWire. Remote monitoring is popular with GlassWire users who manage remote servers for work, gaming, etc…
GlassWire keeps an up to date list of known suspicious hosts and alerts you if you contact one. Suspicious hosts are often related to botnets, malware, and other malicious behavior.
Ask to connect
Allow or deny a new network connection to your computer.
Webcam & Mic Detection
An application on your computer accessed your webcam or microphone.
New network device
A new device just joined your network or WiFi.
We may have some other useful security related alerts that we don't list here yet but feel free to ask on helpdesk or forum if you see something and you don't know what it means.