October 2, 2015

5 enterprise take-aways on Apple OS X El Capitan

Thomas Reed, Director of Mac Offerings, Malwarebytes, said:

‘The main change is the addition of System Integrity Protection (SIP). This protects a number of different parts of the system from modification, even by the all-powerful root user. (For this reason, SIP is often referred to as “rootless mode,” although this is a misnomer, as the root user still exists.)

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