Net Radar - November 1, 2018

Net Radar 1.1 | Mac OS X | 5.1 MB. Net Radar monitors the status......

Net Radar 1.1 | Mac OS X | 5.1 MB.

Net Radar monitors the status of your VPN connection and displays the current geographical location of the public IP address of your Internet connection in the menu bar. Net Radar will alert you immediately when your connection is no longer private.


It runs on the menu bar showing the current geographical location of your Internet connection.
Location color displayed indicates the status of your VPN connection.
Clicking on the item in the menu bar, a pop-up showing the location on a map and the status of your VPN connection will appear.
It can be launched automatically at the beginning of your Mac.
It works with all types of remote VPN connections.
The type of warning can be configured to be a simple notification, a modal dialog or a popup window.
Does not interfere with your Internet connection or VPN configuration.
It includes a Setup Wizard that guides you through a few simple steps to set Radar Net.
It can also be used to monitor the location of your public IP address, without VPN checks.


Net Radar monitors your VPN connection on two levels, internally and externally. Radar Net internally monitors the start and end of the VPN connections. After each change, Radar Net inspects the state of VPN externally by comparing the geographic location of your public IP address is not protected with current metadata active Internet connection. When they are clearly different, then your VPN connection is working as expected. If they are equal, Net Radar display a clear warning and the name of the location on the menu bar is displayed in red.

Simply follow the Setup Assistant after the installation to configure the baseline. Net Radar works with any type of VPN connection, including connections initiated by custom applications commonly used of the leading providers of VPN services.


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