October 7, 2019
Little Snitch 4.4.3 (5430)
macOS Catalina compatibility
- Some of the system apps previously found in
/Applications have moved to
/System/Applications. This version updates your Little Snitch rules accordingly. Please upgrade Little Snitch first, then macOS. If you have upgraded to Catalina already you can either manually change the existing rules in Little Snitch Configuration, or you can create new rules as Little Snitch notifies you about them.
- The animation that’s shown when turning on the “Keep above other windows” option in Network Monitor has been changed so that it no longer requires to record the computer’s screen (which caused a privacy warning on macOS Catalina).
- It’s now possible to restore backups that are located in a privacy protected folder such as Documents, Desktop or Downloads on macOS Catalina.
- Little Snitch warns about potential consequences when you deny a connection and Little Snitch knows the purpose of the connection. Since this warning may be annoying, it can now be disabled on a per-application basis.
- Added support for additional remote endpoint types in the Internet Access Policy. The IAP can now contain information about Berkeley Packet Filter access and connections to the local network.
- It’s now possible to simply delete “Code Signature Issue Override Rules” in Little Snitch Configuration. Fixing the underlying issue is still possible in the context menu or by double-clicking the rule.
- Various user interface fixes and improvements.
- Fixed: Clicking a column header in the rules list in Little Snitch Configuration didn’t sort the list.
- Fixed a rare kernel panic which could occur when the system runs out of memory.