How to attach a metadata flag to a file or folder, to bring it under the protection of SIP.
When you can’t remove an app which you installed just a few minutes ago, you know there’s something wrong. Here’s the solution, and why this is bad security.
Marks a folder or file as being protected by SIP. Widespread among kernel extensions, and Apple’s bundled apps.
SIP protects your Mac from rogue KEXTs too, and prevents tools from attaching to protected processes.
So which files and folders does SIP protect, and how can you work around it?