“SIP exists to keep your Mac safe. There’s no good reason that most Mac users should feel the need to disable it, especially these days. Tools that needed functionality that SIP cut off have generally either fallen by the wayside or found a way to work with SIP,” Keller writes. “That being said, if you absolutely need to turn off System Integrity Protection, there’s a way to do it.”
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MacDailyNews Take: It’s a good idea to reenable SIP again once you’ve dealt with whatever issue SIP was causing. How to do so it also in the full aritcle..