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comment Is allowing port 80 on Little Snitch safe?
thanks @gentmatt for all of your answers ;-)
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comment Is allowing port 80 on Little Snitch safe?
thanks Ian C. for all of your answers ;-)
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comment Is allowing port 80 on Little Snitch safe?
actually i'm saying that because i only checked "port 80" when a popup appeared but in the "rules", each rule is written next to an application, so i guess it understood that it was for each specific app...
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comment Is allowing port 80 on Little Snitch safe?
okay, so on your screenshot : if you check only port 43 TCP (nicname), will it allow every connections on port 43 ? because i only checked this line (only port 80) when a popup appeared, and in little snitch rules, each rule is written next to an application name, so i don't really see the difference betwen "only port 43" here and "only whois.arin.net and port 43", if by any chance you know what i mean?
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comment Is allowing port 80 on Little Snitch safe?
oh okay i've just got it. if it's a "google.com" popup, and it asks me "allow port 80" it will only be specific to chrome + port 80, right? not the whole port 80 ...
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comment Is allowing port 80 on Little Snitch safe?
if you go on an new website, how many dialogs do you get with your settings? i cannot believe that the way i'm experiencing little snitch is the right way...
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comment Is allowing port 80 on Little Snitch safe?
thanks, and do you get 15 dialogs for each website with your settings? and know what it's for most of the time it's for an advert or anything like that...
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comment Is allowing port 80 on Little Snitch safe?
thanks Ian C. for the answer
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comment Is allowing port 80 on Little Snitch safe?
thanks, so potentially, because i let the port 80, a program can be installed on my mac and sends infos to a server through the port 80, and Little Snitch doesn't tell me because i considered the port 80 as safe? what should i do to be sure?
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