Little Snitch 3.5.3


Little Snitch
Name Little Snitch 3.5.3
Size 22.88 MB
Created on 2015-09-02 04:49:58
Hash 1be1606040e7b5e1664ec5cb45e765c9fbec1691
Files SNITCH 3.5.3/Little Snitch (21.84 MB)
SNITCH 3.5.3/Little Snitch (1.04 MB)
SNITCH 3.5.3/SN.txt (0.32 kB)


Name: Little Snitch
Version: 3.5.3
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: Serial
OS version: 10.6
Processor type(s) & speed: 1ghz
RAM minimum: 512mb
Video RAM: 256mb
what's new in v3.5.3:
1. less cpu usage
2. improved searching for denied connection
3. improve compatibility osx 10.10.x
4. fixed menu bar item sometimes got stuck in highlight mode
5. fixed editing of multiple rules selection did not work
6. other stability improvements
Little Snitch... A firewall protects your computer against unwanted guests from the Internet. But who protects your private data from being sent out? Little Snitch does!
As soon as you're connected to the Internet, applications can potentially send whatever information they want to wherever they want.
Sometimes they do this for good reason, on your explicit request. But often they don't. Little Snitch allows you to intercept these unwanted connection attempts, and lets you decide how to proceed.
Little Snitch informs you whenever a program attempts to establish an outgoing Internet connection. You can then choose to allow or deny this connection, or define a rule how to handle similar, future connection attempts. This reliably prevents private data from being sent out without your knowledge. Little Snitch runs inconspicuously in the background and it can also detect network related activity of viruses, trojans and other malware.
More info:
How to get it running:
A possible solution got from a third part site. I heard it should actually works for 3.5.3!!!
Installation note for Pre-Cracked Little Snitch Version 3.5.3 Mac ===================================================
01) Before start, disconnect your mac totally from the internet during these steps
If you already have an older version of Little Snitch installed in your mac do these steps first:
A) uninstall your current Little Snitch using the uninstall feature in Little Snitch installer
folder .
B) After the re-boot, make sure these files are deleted.
The uninstaller does not remove them all so delete manually:
From Mac hard drive named Macintosh HD:
/Library/Application Support/Objective Development/Little Snitch/
From the Home Folder:
/Library/Application Support/Little Snitch/
If you don't already have an older version of Little Snitch installed in your mac skip to this step:
02) Add these lines to the original host file in mac.
## LittleSnitch
# Block Little Snitch Activation
How to find the original host file in mac
A) You need to show all files on your computer for the following steps.. to do this, open terminal. type:
defaults write AppleShowAllFiles YES
hit return then type:
killall Finder
(all hidden files should now be visible in finder)
B) open finder menu then click in go then scroll down to go to folder and copy and paste this path
02) Now copy the hosts file to your desktop and open it by clicking on it, and copy and paste the following lines at the end of the lines already there in the hosts file
## LittleSnitch
# Block Little Snitch Activation
03) Close the host file and drag and drop it to the previous path you have already opened before and replaced the original hosts file, within "/private/etc/", with the hosts file you have edited from the desktop.
Now go back to the Terminal window and paste this:
sudo dscacheutil -flushcache
Now (all hidden files should not be visible in finder any-more)
04) Now Install Little Snitch, and reboot your mac
05) After the reboot BEFORE you use the supplied serial number, you MUST do the next procedures or else little snitch will call home and download the list of Blacklisted serial number.
a) Open Little Snitch rules and create a new rule.
b) Select "Deny Connections".
c) Make sure "All Applications" is selected in the next line.
d) In the Server drop down menu select "Hostname".
e) On the next line enter "" without the " ".
f) On the Port and Protocol lines it should say "Any".
g) Hit the "OK" button.
06) Next Create another rule and enter the following:
A) Select "Deny connections"
B) On the next line, use the drop down menu and select "Choose Application".
C) One-by-One make rules that block ALL files in /Library/Little Snitch/ (You'll have to repeat the steps here about 5 times to block every "file" in the little snitch folder
(Little snitch agent, Little Snitch Daemon.bundle, Little Snitch Network Monitor, Little Snitch Uninstaller)
D) Now Block also the "Little Snitch Configuration
click on little snitch tap and scroll to rules
Block also the "Little Snitch Configuration app", sitting in the application folder
D) The Server should be "Any Server". The Port and Protocol should say "any".
E) Hit the "OK" button. Repeat for ALL files in that folder
F) Now Delete Little Snitch Software
from little snitch folder on your mac by going to this path Macintosh HD/Library/Little Snitch/Little Snitch Software
07) Next, create another rule "Deny connections" and select "IP addresses"
Block all outgoing connections to these IP addresses (Copy and paste them all with the commas):,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
08) Next uncheck the boxes IN GREEN COLORE next to any pre-existing little snitch "rules" that allow connections to little snitch..
you may not be able to edit/delete the rules, so simply uncheck the GREEN box next to them
09) Now Enter Supplied Serial Number
Open little snitch click on open little snitch preference then chose the tap titled Registration
Now copy the serial provided and pasted on the provided area :
10) Now you can TURN ON THE INTERNET CONNECTION ON MAC. ===============================================
Just go through the installation and follow all previous steps listed in the
Afterwards I tested little snitch, and all seems to be going well!
It's working 100% fine Enjoy 

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