Every operating system has anti-virus in order to prevent viruses and malware from important data. We install Anit-Virus on Windows to keep our PC safe from the unnecessary actions. However, System Integrity Protect is a tool for Mac which designed as a system protection feature on Mac computers. It is the best tool because it will probably take action against the unnecessary virus and malware from the special data on your Mac. Most of the macOS operating systems have this feature because it is really incredible when you want to be safe from viruses and malware. For the first time, System Integrity Protection was introduced Mac OS X El Caption and we also have in the latest operating system which is macOS Big Sur. Let’s dive into a complete guide of How to Disable System Integrity Protection on macOS Big Sur.
There are many reasons for disabling System Integrity Protection on any Hackintosh or Mac operating system. Sometimes it doesn’t work well, at that time it is the best option to disable it permanently from macOS Big Sur. If you keep it then again it will be wonderful because it is a kind virus or malware killer of your macOS. However, macOS 11 Big Sur was launched on 21 June 2020 with great marketing. When the user tries to enable it on macOS Big Sur then they will face some issues while using it. Disabling system integrity protection is never a difficult task because it can be done through Terminal
How to Disable System Integrity Protection on macOS Big Sur?
- Open the Terminal on your Mac. There are two different ways of launching Terminal, you can open it from Application Folder and also can open from Search Spotlight.
- In order to check whether System Integrity Protection is enabled or disabled. Type csrutil status on Terminal to know the status.
- Make sure to Download OpenCore Configurator on your Mac. When it is downloaded, you have to open the OpenCore Configurator and click on Mount Partition, enter the username and password then click OK.
- Find the EFI file of your system, you have to open the Config.Plist with OpenCore Configurator.
5. Head over towards the VRAM section and make sure to select the last UUID then change the value of ID Config. You can add 67000000 value.
6. Once it is changed, close the OpenCore Configurator and click Save.
7. Once everything goes right, it is time to restart the Mac and feel the changes.
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With the above steps, you can Disable System Integrity Protection on macOS Big Sur. If something went wrong then feel free to comment down below.