Developer: Jiwei Xu
Current Version: 1.4.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 1.7 MB - Download
PortsMonitor is a system utility for monitoring system TCP/IP network connections by application, and connections' status. With Search Expression support, you can filter connection with preferred conditions.
- Monitor all system connections and open ports
- Filter connections by Search Expression
- For Search Expression grammar please visit http://tickplant.com/portsmonitor/
- Filter Profile support
- Use color indicate item status, Green for new connection, Yellow for state changed, Red for removed connection
- Growl notifications for new connection
- View remote IP information with map (Powered by geoiptool.com)
- Whitelist for Growl notifications
- Auto refresh connections and ports
- Show port name, for example http for 80
- Reveal application in finder
- Filter connections by connection type, IPv4 or IPv6
- Filter connections by protocol type, TCP or UDP
- Hide connections does not have a remote address
- Filter connections by keywords
Any questions or suggestions please don't hesitate to send an email to [email protected], your advice is important to us :)
- Fix compatibility in OS X 10.9
- Fix bring application to front
Most Helpful Reviews
Finally on Snow Leopard! - I was frustrated with the initial version which could not get Snow Leopard compatible, while author got my response and make it come true. It's great! Thanks a lot.
Crashes at open - Opened the app, and it crashes on me every time. I deleted the app and redownloaded it, but it still crashes.
More Reviews for Current Version
Works Great … missing the GEO IP Tool interface - presentation ? - Works Great, would give it 5 stars if it had the Geo IP address built-in as the presentation suggests. - Caught a hacker in the first 30 seconds of using it, wish I didn’t have to waste time manually looking up the IP address though. - Great added feature would be to be able to terminate a network link/call/response based on Source or Destination IP Address, possibly based on Port in the future also.