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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.

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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.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/qdzovwg9eif5ebp/glasswire_datarate...

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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

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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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