Little Snitch is superior however there are a couple of thins I’d change if I might:
- Permit me to create and swap between profiles as a single person. I suppose I can even create two customers to do that. However I wish to login and block all of the Apple non-sense until I’m truly making an attempt to replace my system.
- If a rule exists and is disabled — don’t re-add it as enabled. For instance, typically I inadvertently block all visitors to my browser. Oops. I created a rule and disabled it so once I by accident do this sooner or later, determine that the rule exists and warn me however don’t add a brand new one.
- Monitor the referrer of every area. Particularly in the case of AWS CloudFront, CloudFlare, and different CDNs. There are 1,000,000 CloudFront or CloudFlare URLs. Let em block or enable them based mostly on the referrer as a result of these domains alone are meaningless.
- When an IP resolves to a number of domains, don’t say you may’t establish it. The net software requested a selected area. Decide the requested area that brought on the IP deal with to point out up and possibly nonetheless supply a warning however point out which area the appliance requested.
- Make it simpler to dam protocols fully resembling Bonjour or Quic.
- Make it simpler to permit printers and DHCP that requires bizarre ports and visitors and solely to particular IP addresses.
That’s all for now. Fairly please.
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