Little Snitch 3.5 nightly build 4226 released, offers SSH fixes

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Date: Thursday, November 6th, 2014, 04:00
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Little Snitch, the popular network utility by Objective Development Software Gmbh, has been updated to version 3.5, its nightly build number 4226, a 22.2 megabyte download adding the following fixes and changes:
– Little Snitch menubar item no longer occupies space when disabled.

– Added support for showing iOS App Extension icons.

– Improved handling of via connections:
Connection alerts now show a cancel button if either the parent or the via process is terminated.

Until Quit rules are now valid until both the parent process and via process have terminated.

OS X Yosemite changed how incoming ssh connections are handled. Incoming connections are no longer handled by sshd directly but instead by launchd. On OS X Yosemite, this version of Little Snitch automatically converts existing rules to ensure incoming SSH connections work as expected.

– Minor improvements and bug fixes.

Little Snitch 3.5 retails for US$34.95 and requires OS X 10.8 or later to install and run.

If you’ve tried the new version of Little Snitch and have any feedback to offer, let us know in the comments.

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One Response to “Little Snitch 3.5 nightly build 4226 released, offers SSH fixes”

  1. Mac on Yosemite OS 10.10.1. Since upgrading to Little Snitch 3.5, it ran for a few weeks then would not let webpages load on Firefox nor Safari. Turning off LS’ Network Filter enabled webpages to load. But then, what’s the point? Uninstalled, re-installed the latest Core System Version 3.5.1 4233.

    Never had a problem prior to this. Thought you’d like to know.