Is there an Glasswire Alternative for Linux to monitor Internet bandwidth usage of running programs?

CLI or GUI will be fine.


One that can monitor running program/process, say Firefox or Chrome. How many MB they have consumed (each). I've found iftop but it don't display the programs (and the total bandwidth for each). And NetHog on the other hand display Total bandwidth per second.

Here is an GlassWire capture, If that may help:

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I found a solution with NetHog using: sudo nethogs -v 3

See my answer here.

You can use nethog with total bandwidth monitored per MB since it started with:

sudo nethogs -v 3

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