Now, I'm sure most of us are aware with Google's malware Software Update, which installs itself when using Google apps, and we know ksfetch malfunctions with Little Snitch and triggers an alarm window, which pops every couple of hours. I've looked online, but all the solutions I found and tried where either (a) tweak it with Terminal to extend the period it checks for updates (e.g., weekly), or (b) delete it altogether. However, the problem with (a) is that Google also tweaks its Software Update, every now and then, and limits the interval you set. I definitely don't want to keep it in mind, I just want a permanent fix. And the problem with (b) is that it populates itself on your HD if deleted. (Correct me if I'm wrong, btw.) I know that the blame is all on Google, but why does Little Snitch keep bothering me about ksfetch? Can't I set it so that LS always denies any connection that GSU or ksfetch requests, without a popping window to let me know about it, just like any other app/process? Like, what separates it from other processes that don't trigger a window with LS? Also, can someone tell me where (exact directories that) GSU populates itself, so I can check for myself if there's multiple copies of it? While GSU is definitely malware, I don't care to delete it, as long as it doesn't send any info back to Google, or Little Snitch doesn't bother me about it. Let me know, thank you. _____ Extra question: The Google app that installed Google Software Update in my system is not Chrome, as one would expect. It is Android File Transfer, which unfortunately I need, as I also use a couple of Android devices. If anyone knows a decent AFT alternative for Mac, I could just uninstall it and get rid of GSU altogether.