Im not sure why, but when i upgrade from the free version to the basic version, i get disconnected from the internet. I have a an error that continuously happens every 10-20 minutes, where i get 100% packet loss for about 30 seconds.
I thought at first it was my isp, but once i started digging, i checked event viewer and noticed i was getting an error that stated “The DHCP Server sent a DHCPNACK message” and “ethernet does not have a valid ip configuration”. After some trial and error, the only thing that worked was using the “netsh winsock reset” in command prompt.
I thought that maybe something else i had done messed with my connection somehow and was using another program to monitor my ping. I ran glasswire free for a day or two and thought everything was fine, so then i decided to reactivate my copy back to the basic version. Almost immediately I started having those errors again, and after uninstalling glasswire, reusing the netsh winsock reset instantly fixed everything again.
Does your program change something in the background to cause this? I have not changed any of the programs default settings. I am using windows 10 64bit.