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タイトル Little Snitch
URL https://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html
バージョン 4.2.2   4.2.1   4.2   4.1.3   4.1.2   4.1.1   4.1   4.0.6   4.0.5   4.0.4   4.0.3  
更新日 2018/10/16
追加日 2016/05/09
種別 シェアウェア(33.94ユーロ)
説明 アプリ個別に通信を制御することができるファイアウォールソフトウェア。

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バージョン履歴

2018/10/16 ver 4.2.2

October 16, 2018
Little Snitch 4.2.2 (5207)
Fixed: The status of rule groups “macOS Services” and “iCloud Services” was not preserved across restarts.
Fixed a rare crash occurring during concurrent data model updates.
Fixed an issue where the connection alert could unexpectedly switch to another connection attempt without user interaction.
Restoring to factory defaults now also removes rule group subscriptions.
Fixed some UI drawing issues.
Fixed an issue where the rule group subscription dialog could not be moved on the screen.
Fixed an issue causing random crashes of the connection alert or the Network Monitor.
Fixed a bug causing a hang during login under some rare circumstances.
September 28, 2018
Little Snitch 4.2.1 (5204)
Improvements
Improved support for Dark Mode in macOS Mojave.
Added back the ability to use the dark appearance of Little Snitch Network Monitor on older system versions (macOS High Sierra and earlier).
Bug Fixes
Fixed a bug where duplicating a rule in a subscribed rule group would create the duplicate rule in that rule group. The new rule would then be a protected rule that could neither be deleted, nor edited.
Fixed rule group tags not being shown in “Effective in all profiles”.

2018/10/01 ver 4.2.1

September 28, 2018
Little Snitch 4.2.1 (5204)
Improvements
Improved support for Dark Mode in macOS Mojave.
Added back the ability to use the dark appearance of Little Snitch Network Monitor on older system versions (macOS High Sierra and earlier).
Bug Fixes
Fixed a bug where duplicating a rule in a subscribed rule group would create the duplicate rule in that rule group. The new rule would then be a protected rule that could neither be deleted, nor edited.
Fixed rule group tags not being shown in “Effective in all profiles”.
September 21, 2018
Little Snitch 4.2 (5201)
New Features
Compatibility with macOS Mojave (10.14).
Support for Dark Mode on macOS Mojave.
Note: Due to the changes necessary for supporting Dark Mode on macOS Mojave, the dark appearance of Network Monitor on older systems (macOS High Sierra and earlier) is currently not available. We will bring back this feature in a future update.
Private Connections
Improvements
Improved performance of code signature checks when the code signature is checked for the same application multiple times.
Improved compatibility with NFS server process.
Improved handling of localized Internet Access Policy of third party apps.
Added Internet Access Policy for “syspolicyd”.

2018/09/22 ver 4.2

Getting Started
September 21, 2018
Little Snitch 4.2 (5201)
New Features
Compatibility with macOS Mojave (10.14).
Support for Dark Mode on macOS Mojave.
Note: Due to the changes necessary for supporting Dark Mode on macOS Mojave, the dark appearance of Network Monitor on older systems (macOS High Sierra and earlier) is currently not available. We will bring back this feature in a future update.
Private Connections
Improvements
Improved performance of code signature checks when the code signature is checked for the same application multiple times.
Improved compatibility with NFS server process.
Improved handling of localized Internet Access Policy of third party apps.
Added Internet Access Policy for “syspolicyd”.
August 7, 2018
Little Snitch 4.1.3 (5187)
Improvements
Improved performance of launching Little Snitch components with large rule sets.
Bug Fixes
Fixed an issue where Little Snitch Agent could crash after wake from sleep.
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2018/08/08 ver 4.1.3

This version does not yet run on macOS Mojave (10.14). Please use the latest Little Snitch Nightly Build on macOS Mojave instead.
August 7, 2018
Little Snitch 4.1.3 (5187)
Improvements
Improved performance of launching Little Snitch components with large rule sets.
Bug Fixes
Fixed an issue where Little Snitch Agent could crash after wake from sleep.
Fixed rules not becoming active and operation mode not being switched when deactivating a profile. Activating a profile or switching from one profile to another worked, though.
Fixed an issue where the connection alert showed an internal error when a running application was replaced on disk without restarting afterwards. This can happen for apps that update themselves while running.
Fixed an issue where no connection alerts were shown for connections established by the kernel itself.
Fixed issues with Java apps that would cause problems with code signature checks and incorrect app icons and process paths to be shown.
Fixed an issue in Little Snitch Configuration’s rule inspector where selecting “Any Port” or “Any Protocol” from the drop down menu did not work.
Corrected the number of ticks for the “Capacity” slider in the preferences for Little Snitch Network Monitor.
July 9, 2018
Little Snitch 4.1.2 (5175)
Bug Fixes & Improvements
Fixed a memory leak in the Little Snitch kernel extension that could amount to high kernel memory usage.
Fixed an issue that could occur when writing files to NFS network shares (“nfs send error 89” would appear in the system log).

2018/07/10 ver 4.1.2

Jobs
July 9, 2018
Little Snitch 4.1.2 (5175)
Note: This version does not support the developer preview of macOS Mojave (10.14). Use the latest Little Snitch Nightly Build on macOS Mojave.
Fixed a memory leak in the Little Snitch kernel extension that could amount to high kernel memory usage.
Fixed an issue that could occur when writing files to NFS network shares (“nfs send error 89” would appear in the system log).
June 26, 2018
Little Snitch 4.1.1 (5171)
Bug Fixes & Improvements
Renamed status menu item from “Litte Snitch Configuration” to “Little Snitch Rules”.
Fixed an issue that could cause the system to hang for a while when reading a version 4.0.x configuration file in version 4.1.
Connection Alert: Fixed an issue causing the update of a rule’s code signature information to fail under some circumstances, leading to repeated “code signature mismatch” warnings.
Little Snitch Configuration: Editing a rule’s “Require valid code signature” setting now better handles the case when an exutable’s code signature on disk no longer satisfies the code signature requirement of the rule.

2018/06/26 ver 4.1.1

June 26, 2018
Little Snitch 4.1.1 (5171)
Bug Fixes & Improvements
Renamed status menu item from “Litte Snitch Configuration” to “Little Snitch Rules”.
Fixed an issue that could cause the system to hang for a while when reading a version 4.0.x configuration file in version 4.1.
Connection Alert: Fixed an issue causing the update of a rule’s code signature information to fail under some circumstances, leading to repeated “code signature mismatch” warnings.
Little Snitch Configuration: Editing a rule’s “Require valid code signature” setting now better handles the case when an exutable’s code signature on disk no longer satisfies the code signature requirement of the rule.
June 12, 2018
Little Snitch 4.1 (5167)
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.
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
Profiles can now be activated and deactivated in Little Snitch Configuration’s left sidebar using a checkbox next to the profile.
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 (Digita Security LLC) for discovering this possibility.
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2018/06/13 ver 4.1

June 12, 2018
Little Snitch 4.1 (5167)
Note: This version does not support the developer preview of macOS Mojave (10.14). Use the latest Little Snitch 4.1 Nightly Build on macOS Mojave.
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.
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
Profiles can now be activated and deactivated in Little Snitch Configuration’s left sidebar using a checkbox next to the profile.
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 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.
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2018/03/21 ver 4.0.6

March 21, 2018
Little Snitch 4.0.6 (5124)
Improvements
Improved reliability when handling responses to DNS requests delivered via TCP instead of UDP. Credit to Samuel Williams of the RubyDNS project for discovering this issue.
Fixed an issue that could cause Connection Alerts to appear that would show no host or domain names, but IP addresses. This could sometimes happen relatively early after starting the computer for a very small number of users.
Little Snitch is now smarter in figuring out what information in your app’s IAP is relevant for a particular connection. This results in more concise and more relevant information being shown to the user. This new behavior is documented here.
You can now specify that a connection description should match if and only if the user selects a connection for a whole domain or “any connection”. You can find the documentation for this here.
Links in Markdown syntax now render correctly and show the linked URL as their tooltip.
January 17, 2018
Little Snitch 4.0.5 (5116)
Bug Fixes
Fixed a kernel panic introduced in Little Snitch 4.0.4 that would occur when a single process established more than two billion outgoing connections.
Fixed multiple issues causing a Connection Alert indicating an internal error related to a code signature mismatch from being shown.
Fixed an issue where scrolling in Little Snitch Network Monitor’s inspector would not work.
Fixed incorrect sorting of Time Machine Backups in Little Snitch Configuration’s “Import from Backup…” sheet.
Improvements
For hostnames that end in .local, the Connection Alert will now create host rules, not domain rules. These rules worked as intended, but it makes more sense to create host rules instead.
A Connection Alert informing about a code signature mismatch is now shown even if Silent Mode is active. This is to prevent processes with an invalid code signature from communicating even in Silent Mode.
Improved a button label in Connection Alert in case of a code signature mismatch to avoid possible confusion. Previously, it read “Require New Code Signature…” and now it’s “Accept New Code Signature…”.
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2018/01/19 ver 4.0.5

January 17, 2018
Little Snitch 4.0.5 (5116)
Bug Fixes
Fixed a kernel panic introduced in Little Snitch 4.0.4 that would occur when a single process established more than two billion outgoing connections.
Fixed multiple issues causing a Connection Alert indicating an internal error related to a code signature mismatch from being shown.
Fixed an issue where scrolling in Little Snitch Network Monitor’s inspector would not work.
Fixed incorrect sorting of Time Machine Backups in Little Snitch Configuration’s “Import from Backup…” sheet.
Improvements
For hostnames that end in .local, the Connection Alert will now create host rules, not domain rules. These rules worked as intended, but it makes more sense to create host rules instead.
A Connection Alert informing about a code signature mismatch is now shown even if Silent Mode is active. This is to prevent processes with an invalid code signature from communicating even in Silent Mode.
Improved a button label in Connection Alert in case of a code signature mismatch to avoid possible confusion. Previously, it read “Require New Code Signature…” and now it’s “Accept New Code Signature…”.
Improved alert when macOS blocks Little Snitch’s kernel extension from being loaded. In addition to opening the “Security & Privacy” preferences panel, it also switches to the “General” tab, where it must be allowed.
Improved performance when duplicating a large number of rules in Little Snitch Configuration.
Double-clicking an unapproved rule in Little Snitch Configuration to show the rule inspector now only approves the rule if the inspector is closed with the “OK” button, not with the “Cancel” button.
Fixed Little Snitch Network Monitor sometimes showing incorrect hostnames for incoming UDP data. Note that only the names shown were incorrect – the network filter and rules were not affected by this.
Internet Access Policy
If the developer’s name is read from the app’s code signing certificate, Little Snitch now shows the name without the country. For example, it’s now “Objective Development”, not “Objective Development, AT”.
Added support for Internet Access Policy files written in JSON format (in addition to the Property List format). See section File format for more information.
Added support for Internet Access Policy files embedded in XPC services. See the section Support for XPC services in the developer documentation for details.
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2017/11/30 ver 4.0.4

November 29, 2017
Little Snitch 4.0.4 (5106)
Internet Access Policy
In Little Snitch 4 we’ve introduced a new Internet Access Policy (IAP) standard, allowing third party app developers to bundle a policy file with their application containing information about the Internet connections their program is about to establish.
This gives developers the opportunity to describe the purpose of these connections, why they are necessary and why it’s recommended or necessary to allow them.
With Little Snitch 4.0.4 we’ve extended the policy format to allow providing dedicated information about potential consequences when denying a particular connection.
Whenever you choose to deny a connection via Little Snitch — either in the connection alert or in Network Monitor — we now display that information helping you to make a better informed decision.
IAP Improvements
It’s now possible to provide Internet Access Policy files not only for app bundles but also for plain Unix executable files.
Little Snitch now includes Internet Access Policies for several Apple processes shipped with macOS.
Fixed an issue with localized IAP files.
Added support for Markdown-style links.
Blocked connections are now indicated in the map with a red flashing connection line.
Significantly improved performance when handling large amounts of connects.
Improved performance in case of large file downloads.
New action: “Show Recently Used Rule(s)”. Accessible by holding down the Option key while right-clicking a line in the list.
Fixed an issue causing heavy flickering of the map during zooming or panning on macOS 10.13 High Sierra.
Fixed locations on Little Snitch Network Monitor’s map being drawn too large on macOS 10.13.
Fixed: The menu bar did not respond immediately after opening the Network Monitor window.
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2017/09/24 ver 4.0.3

September 24, 2017
Little Snitch 4.0.3 (5094)
Network Monitor
Added preferences option for showing data rates either in Bytes/s or Bits/s.
More prominent indication if a filter is currently active.
Added support for full screen mode.
Notifications
Improved “Simulated Input Ignored” notification.
Fixed: Notifications weren’t shown under some circumstances.
Fixed: Silent Mode Notifications are no longer shown when the Network Filter is turned off.
Little Snitch Configuration
Improved keyboard control in rule editor.
Fixed broken help links in the right sidebar of the rules window.
General Improvements
Improved installation procedure on High Sierra.
Improved code signature checking.
Improved Deep Packet Inspection.
Improved Touch Bar support.
Improved support for “lftp”.
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