Some of you have already discovered the benefits of seeing the uses of traffic on your network with GlassWire. Others prefer WireShark. And, some of these apps are easier than others. The beauty is - you can monitor your usage without guessing where its going and who is taking it. There are free versions available for you to try. No, we're not offering to support it. Nor will the call center agents be able to assist you with it. But, we here in the Community are using it in our lab and like what it does. Those of you that have found these apps useful, may want to add to what's already been posted.
This may be a good time to point out that one program that I used to recommend, Net Guard, can no longer be recommended as the latest version installs "openCandy" during the install.
I have an older version installed on one of my machines, malware and virus scans come up "clean", but under the present circumstances, Net Guard can no longer be recommended.
And it is those pesky wireless devices that can cause the most issues.
Sadly, for some reason, most novice users are reluctant to "simplify" their network during the troubleshooting phase.
A user simply must get from this:
To this as the first step in isolating data loss issues:
Really like like like the diagrams and the concept.. a lot.
It would appear the wifi is / has been disabled.. correct or not so..
would really like to pursue this.. I did see a post that took this
even further.. anyone have a link??
thanks GWalk !!
Well, what can I say ? A picture is worth a thousand words and many users may not be aware of the "shape" of their home network and the various possible "loss vectors".