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We've compiled a list of 6 free and paid alternatives to Private Eye. The primary competitors include CurrPorts, TCPView. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Private Eye and PRTG Network Monitor, TCPEye, Netactview. Also you can look at other similar options here: Network and Admin Software.

CurrPorts is network monitoring software that displays the list of all currently opened TCP/IP and...

TCPView is a Windows program that will show you detailed listings of all TCP and UDP endpoints on...

TCPEye is an easy-to-use monitoring application that will display a list of all network processes.

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Netactview is a graphical network connections viewer for Linux, similar in functionality with...

PortsMonitor is a system utility for monitoring system TCP/IP network connections by application...

See connections in real-time: When an app makes a network connection, you see it instantly on your...

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Private Eye Overview

See connections in real-time: When an app makes a network connection, you see it instantly on your screen. There's no delay and you don't have to use a separate recording mode.

Filter connections by app or direction: Interested in the connections of a single app? Only outgoing traffic? You can filter the list of connections to avoid being overwhelmed by noise.

Keep your Mac fast and responsive:Close the app window, and the network monitor is automatically turned off. Private Eye stays out of the way by slacking off whenever you aren't looking.

Private Eye Features

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