Improved handling of processes whose code signatures were created using revoked code signing certificates.
Improved layout of rule group subscription editor.
Added sharing options for rule group subscriptions. In the left sidebar, Control-click a rule group and select “Share”, or use the share button in the rule group subscription editor to share the rule group with others.
Added a factory rule for connections from syspolicyd to domain apple-cloudkit.com.
Fixed a few issues with the network traffic meters in menu bar.
Fixed buttons for toggling map and inspector in network monitor not being clickable in certain circumstances.
Fixed traffic captures not being stopped when network monitor is disabled in preferences while traffic was being captured.
March 13, 2019
Little Snitch 4.3.2 nightly (5271)
Added support for Touch ID to enable/disable rule and profile editing when clicking the lock button in Little Snitch Configuration’s toolbar.
Process paths are now treated as being case-sensitive, even on case-insensitive file systems. This resolves an issue where rules created manually using Little Snitch Configuration would not match if the entered path didn’t match the actual path exactly. Such rules are now also marked as invalid and can be found in the “Invalid Rules” filter in the left sidebar.
Rules whose process paths contain symbolic links are now marked as invalid because they can never match.
Improved performance of Little Snitch Configuration when “combine rules” is enabled.
Fixed an issue where the connection alert would create rules for only an app itself, ignoring the via-process, if the via-process was a Java process.
Fixed an issue with ask-rules where the connection alert would create rules that were less specific than the ask-rule that caused the alert to be shown in the first place, leading to repeated alerts.
Fixed an issue where “Silent Mode – Allow Connections” was activated if the configuration file could not be read for whatever reason.
Fixed an issue in Little Snitch Configuration where dragging rules wouldn’t work correctly when “combine rules” was enabled.