Firewall tab request: Add sort, quick filter, and/or search to this list. This has been mentioned along with other requests, but I thought it also deserved a specific mention for this tab.
Being able to set the maximum period which the history is kept would be nice.
I’d like to see in the “Things” display, the amount of traffic currently going through each device/MAC address. I’d like this so in periods of super-slow wireless response I might identify the culprit.
The firewall can see IP addresses, why can’t we click block that IP address if we want to? Maybe a connection has some rouge IP connecting for no reason, we should be able to put a block on it but yet let the main program still connect.
To the GlassWire Team
Really hoping to see this feature I had mentioned in other threads. It’s is a pain! having to always turn ON turn OFF “Incognito” mode all the time, depending on what web work i am doing.
It would be wonderful to have the capability to exclude an application from the Usage tab and Host list. An example would be to exclude browsers of choice.
I know one can select “Incognito” but that stops everything from showing up while it’s on.
There could be an option in GlassWire to browse for the application .exe and exclude it in a list?
Perhaps another way, and could be easier to implement. Under Usage-Apps when you “Hide App” it stops and does not record “ANY” info/data at all. No Host traffic, no websites you visit etc… Having all the websites one might visit listed under the Usage-Host, can be a real privacy issue.
You are not the only person to request this. Instead of detecting browsers, perhaps we can just offer the option to completely ignore certain applications completely as you suggest.
Thank you Ken for the reply.
Yes which ever is the easy way for the Dev-team to implement this, would be my no1 request.
hat would be hard, because we have switches, not hubs meaning everyone can only see his own transactions.
One Feature I would Request would be (basically 2 sides of the same coin)
- Allow for a while, then forget (at least in the firewall)
- deny and forget later
especially since you cannot just close the permission request, software that only gets executed once and never again will clutter up the list of the direwall (e.g. some updaters which sometimes are stored with version numbers meaning each version is guaranteed to be a new file)
and it kinda gets annoying having a way too long list of totally unneeded stuff.