Where in the world is your computer connecting?
• Find out which programs are sucking all of your bandwidth
• See if viruses or malware are on your system and are connecting to sketchy places in the world
• Diagnose Internet connection problems
– About –
Use Graphical Network Monitor to see all of your computer’s connections plotted on a map. Watch your download and upload speeds on your local network and Internet connection. Explore and understand network and Internet usage for each program running on your computer.
– Hold Applications Accountable –
Why is that application you just installed phoning home every 10 seconds? Why is it transferring massive amounts of data even when not in use? Developers can get away with this type of application behavior because the average user can’t see it going on. Not anymore! With Graphical Network Monitor you’ll be able to see everything an application is doing behind the scenes and spread the word.
– By the Paranoid for the Paranoid –
We want to know everything that every program on our computer is doing. When a program connects to the Internet, it better be a for a good reason, and for a reason the program has made us aware of. Graphical Network Monitor allows us to see where in world each application running on our computer is connecting, how much data it is transferring, and for how long. Having this information readily available is important when troubleshooting a poor Internet connection, application behavior, and more.
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor