Who Is Connected

Who Is Connected 1.03

A simple tool that will monitor the status of AFP and SSH.
1.03 (See all)
Chris Jones

Who Is Connected is a reliable application that will show you who is connected to AFP (Apple File Sharing) and to SSH (Remote Login). Moreover, it will notify you when someone new connects, so that you are always kept in the loop.

With Who Is Connected you will also be able to instantly access the secure log console and the File Sharing Preferences from your operating system. In case you want to instantly deny access to your shared files to the current users, all you have to do is to press the "kill all connections" button and your information will be safe.

The options which Who Is Connected offers will allow you to determine the SSH port number that you want to use and to select who has access (either only the admin users or all of them) to the secure file logs that are saved on your computer.

Who Is Connected doesn't only have an intuitive interface which makes it very easy to use for all type of users, but it also provides another great advantage in the fact that it is totally unobtrusive. It resides in the menu bar so that it won't hinder your workspace and requires very few resources, thus, ensuring that it will not hinder the overall performance of your computer.

Briefly speaking, Who Is Connected is an application that will come in very handy when you want to monitor your SSH and AFP connections.

Sean O'Reilly
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Review summary


  • Easy to use
  • Unobtrusive
  • Notifies about new connections


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