So I went slumming on Slashdot (yeah, I know), and came across the ravings of a paranoid Apple user with a blog post titled “Your Computer Isn’t Yours” ( https://sneak.berlin/20201112/your-computer-isnt-yours/ ) laying out all sorts of evil and nasty things happening on you Mac with macOS Big Sur and OCSP and how this is what the great Internet gods Stallman and Doctorow foretold would happen many, many years ago.
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- Here is how to delete Little Snitch for Mac, using its own uninstaller: Open the “LittleSnitch-4.0.5.dmg” file. Apr 24, 2013 Add these into you hosts file: 127.0.0.1 obdev.at then, 'ctrl+x' to save then press 'y' then hit 'Enter' (for detail, see indications on screen). Go to the Little Snitch folder in Library, then.
Here is a script to take the hosts from From and convert them to rules for Little Snitch. It has options to grab the entire list or grab new entries past a certain date. Just grab the output and copy/paste into Little Snitch. The script is written to block access to any process, any port.
In spite of my knowing better than to trust this, I let the paranoia in me run wild a bit and went off to Objective Development to download my very own 30-day try-it-out copy of Little Snitch (which is what this is actually all about and why I have their propellor beanie on the page) ( https://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html ). So how did that work out for you, Bill?
I’m glad you asked.
It didn’t work out well at all. After installing version 5.0.2, the anointed version for Big Sur, I would click on it and it would just sit and bounce in the dock for some indeterminate time, then stop bouncing. But nothing showed up anywhere on the desktop, not a window, nothing anywhere. I tried this twice (because I couldn’t believe it the first time). Both times I’d have to kill the instance in the dock. After the second time I just deleted it.
It wouldn’t be so bad if I hadn’t read in the first link about how Apple’s Mac applications just bypass network framework and go directly out to the internet. Which means if it did start up I don’t believe it would do any good if Little Snitch did properly start.
And while poking around Daring Fireball (the site I swore I’d never visit again), I came across a link to another post by a different author titled “Does Apple really log every app you run? A technical look” ( https://blog.jacopo.io/en/post/apple-ocsp/ ). This is a sane and clear explanation of what is actually happening, not the heated rantings coming from “Your Computer Isn’t Yours”. At the very end of the article there’s a three bullet list. The last bullet says “You shouldn’t probably block
ocsp.apple.com with Little Snitch or in your hosts file.” Which is what the author of “Your Computer Isn’t Yours” at least implies that’s something you might want to do. I guess it was a good thing Little Snitch refused to start on my MacBook Pro after all.
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- How to block Little Snitch from calling home and killing numbers:
- 1. The first step is to block Little Snitch with Little Snitch. Create two new rules in Little Snitch as below:
- a) Deny connections to Server Hostname http://www.obdev.at in LS Configuration. The address that will appear if you do it correctly is 220.127.116.11. Save.
- and the next is:
- b) Deny connections in LS Config to the application Little Snitch UIAgent (navigate to /Library/Little Snitch/Little Snitch UIAgent.app, any server, any port.
- 2. After that is done, open the Terminal (in your Utilities) and paste in:
- sudo /Applications/TextEdit.app/Contents/MacOS/TextEdit /etc/hosts
- (Hit return and type in your admin password). A TextEdit window will open behind the Terminal window. Command+Tab to it - this is your hosts file.
- 3. Place your cursor at the end of the text there, type or leave one vertical space and paste in the following:
- # Block Little Snitch
- 4. Close TextEdit, hit Command+Tab to return to the Terminal window, and paste in the following:
- sudo dscacheutil -flushcache
- 5. Hit the Return key and quit Terminal. You're finished now.
- 6. Easy, isn't it. If only everyone would do this, the developer would cease and desist from killing the number that you personally are using successfully on your Mac. At least until the next version is released…