A firewall review: Tinywall vs Glasswire Comparison

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tinywall firewall vs glasswire firewall

 

Tinywall vs Glasswire comparison

Users who are always working with Windows and the Internet have probably heard the word firewall many times. A firewall generally prevents dangerous attacks on the local network and the computer connected to the Internet. In general, a firewall always controls the information that is transmitted between computers and the Internet.

Today, a variety of firewalls are available on the market. So you can't easily choose one of them. To make this choice easier, in this article, we want to review and compare two of the most popular firewalls:  Tinywall vs Glasswire.

Licence and Price:

 

 

Tinywall

Glasswire

License

Freeware

Proprietary

Price range

It is completely free

39- 99 $

Multi-devices

?

No

Free trial

 It is completely free

Yes

Money-back guarantee

 It is completely free

No

 

 

Platforms:

 

 

Tinywall

Glasswire

Pc

·         64-bit versions of Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10

·         64-bit  version of Windows Server 2012 R2, 2016, 2019

·         32/64-bit  version of Windows 7, 8, 10

·         32/64-bit  version of Windows server 2008 R2, 2011, 2012, 2012 R2

Mobile

-

·         Android

 

 

Features:

 

 

Tinywall

Glasswire

Supported Languages

English

English

Firewall

Yes

Yes

Including Antivirus

Yes

No

Identity Protection

Yes

No

Lock down mode

Yes

Yes

Internet Security

Yes

Yes

Early Boot Protection

Yes

No

 

glasswire ui

 

Conclusion:

You may run the GlassWire on either 32 or 64-bit versions of Windows while Tinywall could run only on 64-bit versions. Both of GlassWire and Tinywall firewalls support some versions of Windows servers (see the table).

 

GlassWire is a network monitor and security tool. The GlassWire simple interface lets you monitor all your past and present network activities and bandwidth Usage of each of the installed applications. It also has a built-in firewall. RDP Connection Detection, Multiple Remote Server Monitoring, WiFi Evil Twin Detection, and Mini Graph are some other features of the GlassWire firewall.

Note: The free version of the Glasswire includes no firewall.

Note: Glasswire does not include antivirus by itself, and you should use a separate antivirus beside Glasswire.

 

The TinyWall firewall is entirely free, with no ads or paid upgrades.  Using TinyWall, you will have more control over the Windows default firewall and enhance its level of protection. It never intrudes you with popup alerts. It does not collect or send personal or anonymised information such as data about your computer, your searches and habits, etc.

 

Have you ever used either Glasswire or Tinywall firewalls? Share your experience and reviews with us in the comments section.

Published by Blogger at 2020 May 15