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Little Snitch 4.1 Mac


防火牆保護您的計算機免受來自 Internet 的不需要的訪客的侵害。但誰保護您的私人數據不被發送出去?小飛賊做!

當程序試圖建立一個傳出互聯網連接時,Little Snitch 會通知你。然後,您可以選擇允許或拒絕此連接,也可以定義規則來處理類似的未來連接嘗試。這可靠地防止在您不知情的情況下發送私人數據。 Little Snitch for Mac 在後台運行不顯眼,還可以檢測網絡相關活動的病毒,木馬等惡意軟件.

小流氓功能:

靜音模式– 稍後再決定
有時您不希望被任何與網絡相關的通知中斷。使用靜音模式,您可以快速選擇靜音所有連接警告一段時間。然後,您可以稍後查看無提示模式日誌,為在此期間發生的連接嘗試定義永久性規則.

Research Assistant
您是否曾想知道為什麼您突然想要連接到 Internet 上的某個服務器之前,您從來沒有聽說過某個進程?研究助理可以幫助你找到答案。研究助理數據庫只需點擊一下研究按鈕即可匿名索取當前連接的附加信息.

自動輪廓切換
規則可以按照“主頁”,“辦公室”或“移動互聯網”。這允許您根據當前連接的網絡使用不同的過濾器規則集。您可以手動從狀態菜單中激活配置文件,也可以在您加入與您的配置文件相關聯的網絡時自動激活配置文件。

傳入連接的防火牆
小流氓不僅顯示任何傳出的網絡連接嘗試,以確保敏感的數據不會未經您的同意離開您的計算機。 Little Snitch 中的入站防火牆為您提供了與傳入連接相同級別的控制.

注意:需要 64 位處理器。演示運行三個小時,並且可以隨時重新啟動。網絡監視器 30 天后過期.

檔案版本 Little Snitch 4.1
檔案名稱 LittleSnitch-4.1.dmg
檔案大小 39.26 MB
系統 Mac OS X 10.11 or later
軟體類型 未分類
作者 Objective Development Software GmbH
更新日期 http://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/
軟體類型 2018-06-13
更新日誌

What's new in this version:

Rule Group Subscriptions:
- Rule Groups are sets of rules that anyone can create and publish on their web server for others to subscribe to. Whenever changes to the rules are made by the publisher, subscribers receive these changes.
- This is useful for providing automatically updating blocklists, distributing a common set of rules to multiple computers in a corporate network, or for app developers who want to provide a set of rules to their customers to make it work seamlessly with Little Snitch.
- To let you test this feature we provide an example rule group. To subscribe to this group, open Little Snitch Configuration, choose New Rule Group Subscription from the File menu, and enter the following URL: https://obdev.at/resources/littlesnitch/blocklist-example.lsrules.
- You can find more information about subscribing and publishing in the documentation chapter Rule group subscriptions.

Other New Features and Improvements:
- Improved display of inactive rules in Little Snitch Configuration. If a rule is inactive for whatever reason — either if it’s not enabled, if it’s part of a profile that’s currently not activated, if it’s in a rule group that’s currently not activated, or if the entire network filter is turned off — the rule is now consistently displayed with a gray text color.
- Focus Mode: Little Snitch Configuration has a new mode that allows you to focus on a specific subset of rules. Selecting one or more rules and then choosing Focus on Selected Rules or Focus on Rules Affecting Selection from the View menu will focus on just the rules you want to see, while leaving the search field free for further filtering. Focus Mode is also used for revealing matching rules from the connection alert or Network Monitor (e.g. by right-clicking a connection and choosing Show Corresponding Rules).
- The rule groups “iCloud Services” and “macOS Services” (previously named “Managed Rules”) can now be activated and deactivated using a checkbox next to their name in Little Snitch Configuration’s left sidebar (previously, these checkboxes could be found in the preferences window). This allows you to see what rules these sets contain before activating them.
- Profiles can now be activated and deactivated in Little Snitch Configuration’s left sidebar using a checkbox next to the profile.
- The special “Code Signature Issue Override Rules” that Little Snitch creates under certain circumstances can now be edited in Little Snitch Configuration just like normal rules. This should make it less confusing to deal with situations where an application is reported to have no valid code signature. See Code signature issues > Special Code Signature Issue Override Rules for more details.
- Connection alerts for applications that have an issue with their code signature now include direct links to the relevant section of the online documentation. The relevant chapter Code signature issues has been extended to provide much more details and examples for how Little Snitch behaves when an application without a valid code signature tries to establish a connection.
- Added support for the current version of the QUIC protocol. This fixes an issue with connections from Google Chrome, where the connection alert only showed the IP address instead of the hostname under some circumstances.
- In addition to checking that an application’s code signature is valid, Little Snitch now also checks the code signing certificate that was used to create the signature. Only certificates that were issued by Apple are currently accepted.
- Improved Little Snitch Installer to prevent malicious software from hijacking the installation procedure. Credit to Patrick Wardle (Synack, Inc.) for discovering this possibility.
- Many more minor improvements.

Bug Fixes:
- Fixed an issue where some components of Little Snitch would only verify the code signature of the 64 bit slice of a fat binary when performing a code signature check, ignoring the 32 bit slice. With a maliciously crafted binary, this could lead to Little Snitch Configuration and Network Monitor to show that the code signature was valid, while the running process could have a non-valid code signature. Note that this did not affect what connections were allowed or denied. Credit to Josh Pitts (Okta, Inc.) for discovering this issue. For more details, read Josh’s blog post.
- Fixed an issue where a connection alert could sometimes be shown despite an existing rule that allowed the connection. We observed this mainly with Google Chrome.
- Fixed an issue in “Silent Mode – Deny Connections” where incoming TPC connections would sometimes be denied despite an existing rule that allowed the connection.
- Fixed issues with Automatic Profile Switching when joining a new, yet unknown network.
- Fixed an issue in the connection alert in conjunction with terminated processes when the “Confirm connection alert automatically” preferences option was turned on.
- Fixed an issue causing VPN connections to be wrongly considered as local network connections due to an incorrect netmask of the P2P interface set by the IPSec client of macOS.
- Fixed an issue causing the connection alert to repeatedly switch between different, pending connection attempts.
- Fixed multiple issues that could lead to a Code Signature Alert showing an internal error. These alerts should be gone now for universal apps running in 32-bit mode and for Java apps.
- Fixed an issue where a connection alert could disappear when the connecting process terminates.
- Many more minor bug fixes.

Note:
- This version does not support the developer preview of macOS Mojave (10.14). Use the latest Little Snitch 4.1 Nightly Build.

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