In 4.0.6, unsigned apps (or apps with corrupted signature) are denied network access. I installed it and the behaviour is the same as what is described in the release notes:
Made Silent Mode actually silent again. Starting in Little Snitch 4.0.5, processes with certain code signature issues caused Connection Alerts to appear even during Silent Mode. These appeared in more situations than we originally intended, though, so we redesigned how this works. Now, no Connection Alerts will appear during Silent Mode (as it was before Little Snitch 4.0.5), but you may see a notification in the top-right corner of the screen about connections being denied due to code signature issues.
The problem is that I have tons of these unsigned apps. I am an application developer and running Android Studio emulator with Little Snitch 4.0.6 installed render the emulator inaccesible to the Internet.
I cannot find the preference option to unblock unsigned apps. If there is one, it would be great if you could let me know.
I am looking to installing Little Snitch 4.0.4 which has the old behavior in which network access of unsigned apps are monitored like other apps. But I couldn’t find the download link to the old version of Little Snitch. It would be great if you could publish that just like what you are doing in the older versions page.