|Aug 8, 2013, 03:47 PM||#1|
Can I Block App From Reaching Internet Unless Using A Specific Proxy?
In OSX, is it possible to make sure an App can only reach the internet IF it's using a specific SOCKS Proxy? If so, how do I go about that? It appears that Security>Firewall Can help with that or maybe a profile in Network>Advanced>Proxy, but I only know enough to be dangerous if I go fiddling around to much with things in there.
Is there an App for monitoring Apps so they stay in their 'assigned' routes to the internet?
12gig/240gig SSD/asst int & ext hard drives
|Aug 9, 2013, 10:25 AM||#3|
good advise and I do use Little Snitch. It's well worth the reasonable price they charge, in my opinion. The thing is LilSnitch doesn't *seem* to be able to offer ability to control the specific route an App is gonna interact with the internet once I give the app access. I'm looking for a way to ensure an app is forced to be in it's assigned proxy and if it's link to the proxy breaks then the app loses all access to the internet.
Not even sure of what search terms to use to find an app or settings to accomplish this. Sigh.
|Aug 20, 2013, 10:26 AM||#4|
you are looking for the options afforded in a more robust firewall solution like pF or iptables
you should be able to force certain types of activity over a certain path, like the local port for a proxy, or even a remote proxy, I believe.
|Aug 21, 2013, 01:17 AM||#5|
I suggest getting downloading firewall builder from the net and configuring ipfw
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