Now I am running Mozy for Mac OS X version 0.6.0.0. It no longer requires me to be in an account in Mac OS X with administrator rights. As I had pointed out previously that is definitely not a good idea.
Now when I ran Mozy on my Mac, it keeps triggering Little Snitchwanting to contact various servers through port 443. Although, I am uncertain what these servers are; as it only displays the IP addresses of the servers rather than their domains, I still allowed Mozy and MobBackup access.
Shortly after Mozy ran for about 20 minutes it encountered an error “ConnectionError0?. So I reported this to Mozy Support.
Dear Sir/Madam,I had encountered a problem while Mozy was attempting to backup my Mac.
Mac OS 10.4.10 Mozy v0.6.0.0 Mac OS X’s built in Firewall is turned on Internet is accessed from a Router (Apple’s Airport Extreme Base Station) via the ISP, Netviator (a service offered by PCCW in Hong Kong). No anti-virus application running other than LittleSnitch, which had already set to allow Mozy (the entities Mozy and MobBackup) access to servers/ports that it asked for. Currently ports 443 (https) for the following servers: 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 The error message displayed is “ConnectionError0?
Please see my original article "Problem with Mozy" for background.