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Not really, common to refer to Private IP's as "private IP address space" as per RFC 1918(IPv4)/RFC 4193(IPv6).

If a user of the service is wanting to get on board, it is their responsibility to ensure what they think is accurate or not.


Be great if there could be the data rates / current speed on the graph > traffic view. That's one thing I am missing - takes too long to figure out which app is doing something.



This is great.

Surprising really it has taken so long to get an app like this on Windows. I've been using My Data Manager[1] on Android for a the previous 2-3yrs.

The closest I've gotten on Windows up to this date is CFosSpeed[2] in traffic shapping = off mode + process explorer. There have been other apps that attempted to present the data, however none have done it like GlassWire.

Looking forward to the paid version, this is awesome :)

Got a few rendering issues on Windows 8.1[3]

Hopefully these issues get sorted out, quickly.

[1] https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobidia.an...

[2] http://www.cfos.de/en/cfosspeed/cfosspeed.htm

[3] http://i.imgur.com/0jOFvos.png


login as regular user, download some version of ruby, compile for use as logged in user, install rvm, shazzam install any version of ruby you want - all of this only applies to the logged in user and has zero impact on the rest of the system. RVM rules :)

I no longer install ruby at a system level, not needed, only users running ruby stuff need ruby installed and never use distro ruby, creates all sorts of issues...


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