With the introduction of OS X Yosemite every once in a while little snitch (network monitoring program) pops up a requestor asking for permission to allow nsurlsessiond a connection to some ip address.
I understand that nsurlsessiond provides an API to allow any program using it to retrieve data via http or other supported protocol. In fact it acts like a proxy.
Is it possible to see which programs are using nsurlsessiond and of course what they use it for? I'm thinking of something like an access log file. Because in this current situation I am not able to do monitoring on applications using nsurlsessiond.