That's probably just the domain that the application specifies for itself - applications generally have something that's the reverse of Internet DNS - like com.apple.Finder - to identify themselves uniquely. This is used to store preferences and such. Presumably, Acquisition's is java.com.acquisitionx.AqMain. So, either you should always allow Acquisition anything it wants, or stop using P2P. ;-) "Dr. Trevor J. Hutley" <TrevorHutley at consultant.com> writes: > I have just started to use Acquisition for P2P on my Al-book 1.25 (so > maybe it is on topic) > > I set Little Snitch to allow all connections to the application > Acquisition. > > However, I continually get pop-ups saying the application > "java.com.acquisitionx.AqMain" wants to connect to.... ... > Does anyone have any idea where such an application may be hiding??