Este relatório de "casa de telefonia" é algo que gostaria de desativar completamente.
Como posso ter certeza de que nunca vejo esta caixa de diálogo novamente e nenhuma informação é enviada para a Apple?
This "phoning home" reporting is something I would like to completely disable.
How can I make sure I never see this dialog again and no info is sent to Apple?
System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Diagnostics & Usage and unchecking
Send diagnostic & usage data to Apple did not work for me. I still get the Little Snitch dialog asking for permission to connect to radarsubmissions.apple.com.
It seems the connection attempt is triggered by a launchd job located at
/System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.DiagnosticReportCleanUp.plist. On Mountain Lion 10.8.4, it's set up to run every day at 11 am. If I clear the Little Snitch rules for the SubmitDiagInfo process and run the following command to start the launchd job
sudo launchctl start com.apple.DiagnosticReportCleanUp, the Little Snitch connection dialog pops up.
This seems to be a bug as the DiagnosticReportCleanUp job is not respecting the Privacy setting in System Preferences. I've denied the connection attempt Forever in Little Snitch for now. Hopefully, this gets fixed in OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
Unloading the service does not seem to stop the submissions:
sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.DiagnosticReportCleanUp.plist
But after restarting it works for me:
sudo execsnoop|grep SubmitDiagInfo
I too am seeking an answer to this. Unfortunately using the system preferences Privacy option has no effect (i.e. unchecking the box still allows SubmitDiagInfo to run). similarly, the setting in Console Preferences has no effect.
It would seem that Apple is so keen to collect this information they ignore the privacy settings they have given you.
I can see in the Console application the data that is to be sent - not crash dumps but routine system usage data (things like "clamshell sleep", "restarting on AC power 99%", etc.
I also don't want the service to run. I have blocked the data going out through Little Snitch, but it periodically keeps retrying whilst the volume of data to be sent keeps growing !!
To summarise, it seems that there is no way to prevent the reports from being sent, as the option to do so is seemingly ignored, and you should consider using tools like LittleSnitch etc to block it instead until this is fixed.