csrutil (SIP) disable(d) from the command prompt

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. Well then. Here is mine for this blog post:


That’s El Capitan without workarounds like using FileNVRAM.kext or replacing/patching AppleEFINVRAM.
You just need to know how to do it 😉

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