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  • Little Snitch icon

    Little Snitch

    Little Snitch is a firewall application that monitors and controls outbound internet traffic.

    Commercial $ $ $ Mac

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  • Comodo Firewall icon

    Comodo Firewall

    Comodo Firewall Pro - Secure your system against internal attacks such as Trojan viruses / malicious software and external attacks by hackers. Safeguard your personal...

    Free Windows

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    ZoneAlarm Free Firewall

    ZoneAlarm Free Firewall blocks hackers from infiltrating your home PC by hiding your computer from unsolicited network traffic. By detecting and preventing intrusions...

    Freemium Windows

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    Rubbernet

    Rubbernet keeps an eye on all network-enabled apps running on your Mac. It provides real-time monitoring so you can keep an eye on the exact state of your live network...

    Freemium Mac

    • Discontinued Official website inaccessible, old download still available at download sites.
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Hands Off! Comments

Comment by uhada
about Hands Off! · Aug 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

Thanks maximeleb (can't make a direct comment for some reason), now I know not to get Hands Off. However, what brings me here is exactly to find an alternative to Little Snitch, because I can't find any way to either quit the application or stop it from starting with the system. It doesn't have the options for that, and if I force quit it from System Monitor it just restarts itself. That's a bit aggressive for my taste, not very sympathetic. I don't use it much, it's just sucking up system resources, but still I would like to find an alternative. Radio Silence (in the alternatives to Little Snitch) seems nice and cheap, also TripMode (same price). And the open source IceFloor – I'll try this one, as it's free and looks decent.

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