paulc wrote:Not to mention that I find it hard to believe it's all that hard to add wild card support... it sure would GREATLY enhance the product at very little "cost."
avenirphoto wrote:I believe everything is deliberately confusing with Little Snitch. Block should mean Block. I also believe Little Snitch was bought out by Apple so they can hack in without being blocked. Try and block any title with ntpd.apple, time.apple, apple, mac or anything related to apple and you will still see it appear on the black Connect History square that shows up. You may also find that Microsoft Word pops up also. They will let anyone that pays them to hack in. If you know how to block the above please let me know.
quidam wrote:There are many products which support this kind of thing.
quidam wrote:If LS cannot be made to do it, it's a limitation of the programmers, not the code.
norbert wrote:Little Snitch does not allow wildcards in DNS hostnames, so entering hostnames like "*.207.net" wont work.
However you can specify IP ranges using prefix notation. For example:
17.112.152/24 represents the range from 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11 (the "24" means that only the first 24 bits of the IP address are considered). Or enter 138/8 to specify the range 18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124
Guest wrote:So why don't you still have the useful drop-down menu with all the possible subnets already calculated? THAT was COOL! You shouldn't have taken that feature out!