Disabling OS X's System Integrity Protection and Why You Should Not Do It

With the release of OS X El Capitan, Apple has bundled with their operating system a new security feature named System Integrity Protection (SIP) and designed to block access to a number of system locations, as well as to restrict access to system processes as a measure against the core of OS X being tampered with.

The System Integrity Protection feature does not allow the /bin, /sbin, /usr and /System folders on your Mac to be modified, with the /usr/local, /Applications, … (read more)

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