Micro Snitc‪h 1.4

Micro Snitc‪h 1.4

With Micro Snitch (was NOYB) there’s no doubt whether an application records audio through your Mac’s built-in microphone or if the camera captures video. This ultra-light menu-bar application operates inconspicuously in the background. It monitors and reports any microphone and camera activity to help you figure out if someone’s spying on you.

Fair enough, you might see the camera’s indicator light, but what if you are away from your computer? And for the microphone, there is no activity indication at all, so you won’t notice if the microphone is turned on even if you’re sitting right in front of your Mac.

With Micro Snitch you always know whether some app is currently using your microphone and its logging facilities allow you to reveal any suspicious activities later on.
  • Menu Bar Icon -- Any current microphone or camera activity is displayed in the menu bar. The menu also shows a list of connected audio/video devices.
  • Overlay -- An on-screen overlay is shown while the microphone or camera is turned on to make sure you won’t miss it even if the menu bar isn’t currently visible.
  • Logging -- Never miss any microphone or camera activity, even in your absence. Every status change is logged to a file, so you can review it later to find suspicious activities.

What's New:

Version 1.3.1:
  • Fixed a bug in the software update mechanism that caused a crash after downloading an update (only affects Micro Snitch 1.3). To work around this, updating will automatically direct you to the download page in your web browser. After downloading from there, please replace the currently installed version of Micro Snitch. We apologize for the inconvenience.
  • Fixed background color of welcome window when running in Dark Mode on macOS Mojave.


  • Title: Micro Snitc‪h 1.4
  • Developer: Objective Development Software GmbH
  • Compatibility: macOS 10.10 or later
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K
  • Size: 1.84 MB
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