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Little Snitch 3.3, KeyCue 7 Now OS X Mavericks Ready

10 October 2013 1,376 views No Comment


Always feel like somebody’s watching you online? You’re probably right, but it’s unlikely to be anything truly nefarious — know for sure with Little Snitch 3.3, which sports an improved UI and configuration. Little Snitch and KeyCue, a utility designed to help you learn keyboard shortcuts, are OS X Mavericks ready.

• Little Snitch 3.3 (download, $35)
— Little Snitch is now compatible with OS X Mavericks.
— Added a welcome window to Little Snitch Configuration to help you get started (shown automatically after updating).
— Instead of some alerts, notification are shown in notification center.
— The Network Monitor window can now be dragged to a screen that lies above a screen with a menu bar.
— Improved filtering behavior during system startup
— See full release notes for more features, tweaks and fixes

• KeyCue 7 (download, $28)
— OS X Mavericks ready
— Plug-in themes for customizing the appearance of the shortcut table.
— Additional downloadable extra themes.
— Find field for searching shortcuts.
— Column headings for the application/system/macro groups, when KeyCue shows more than one such group.
— See full release notes for more features, tweaks and fixes

And, for what it’s worth Flash for Mac and ClamXav are advertising they’re Mavericks ready, as well.

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