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    • Florian
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      4 days ago

      Wow... I’m shocked and speechless... This has certainly been an eye opening read.

      And sadly this is too true:

      and they’re still going to transmit the data (encrypted) to Apple in realtime, on by default every single mac, but at least the 0.01% of mac users who know about it now can turn it off, so Apple will only get a realtime log of what apps you open, when, and where for the other 99.99% of mac users.

    • deephdave
      Top reader this weekReading streakScout
      4 days ago

      The version of macOS that was released today, 11.0, also known as Big Sur, has new APIs that prevent Little Snitch from working the same way. The new APIs don’t permit Little Snitch to inspect or block any OS level processes. Additionally, the new rules in macOS 11 even hobble VPNs so that Apple apps will simply bypass them.