I have searched both the forum and the web for any way that I could extract alerts from the Glasswire database
I have had over 500 “Internet access changed” alerts since last August and have not been successful finding the cause and have been keeping an Excel spreadsheet of those alerts. It would be nice to have a Glasswire offshoot that did not connect to the Internet that could edit the database (archived) and archive portions of the database (or if Glasswire could be deactivated and turned into a database editor and then be activated again).
I’m certain there are all sorts of issues with such a tool, but the alerts are one of the data that I have studied to try to nail this problem and the quantity of data is overwhelming.
It would equivalently be helpful if there were a description about how each alert is raised (Win 10 event,…?)
It would also be nice if there were a way to delete all of the “While you were away…” alerts where 0 apps accessed the network; they take up about half of the alert portion of the database. When I noticed how many such alerts were posted I turned off the alert even though the information about what WAS running while I was away would be nice to have.
I did read the thread in the Glasswire Help category that kind of addressed this issue, but I thought maybe here might be a better place to put it.