Although LittleSnitch advertises all of the "security" benefits it offers, they have to sell it, right? it's main use is to block hacked apps from calling home for registration or to check for updates which may break the hacked app. It's one of those "this is what it's used for" apps wink wink, or wink.
What a turd of an accusation/statement.
What use is it then? Enlighten us instead of just dropping the typical hit and run turd of your own.
It's basically just a paranoid person's GUI for the OS X firewall, plus the interface and what it does is well over the heads of the average user.
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