How to Disable System Integrity Protection on a Mac (and Why You Shouldn’t)

Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan protects system files and processes with a new feature named System Integrity Protection. SIP is a kernel-level feature that limits what the “root” account can do. This is a great security feature, and almost everyone — even “power users” and developers — should leave it enabled. But, if you … Continue reading How to Disable System Integrity Protection on a Mac (and Why You Shouldn’t)