This version runs on macOS Mojave (10.14). Please note that the new system-wide dark mode is not yet supported by Little Snitch.
Added new rule action “Hide from Network Monitor” (only available in Little Snitch Configuration for now). If a rule with this action matches a connection, no details about that connection will be visible in Little Snitch Network Monitor. Instead, these connections will be accumulated in a single “Hidden Connections” summary line. You can use this as a privacy measure, e.g. by creating a “Private Browsing” profile that contains a rule that hides all Safari connections. Note that creating such a rule does not affect past connections that are already shown in Network Monitor. To remove past connections, right-click them in Network Monitor and choose “Remove from List”.
Increased maximum of allowed rules in subscribed rule groups to 100,000 for testing purposes.
Improved performance of code signature checks when the code signature is checked for the same application multiple times.
Also includes all Bug Fixes & Improvements from Little Snitch 4.1.3 (5187), including:
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 issues with Java apps that would cause problems with code signature checks and incorrect app icons and process paths to be shown.