System Integrity Protection is turned off.

With that switch flipped, macOS is effectively an open platform--I can load custom kernel extensions, replace any file, and patch other apps in memory. So surely, there should be a way to do this:

I have some .safariextz's I want to run, which are not in the web gallery. I can load them in the extension builder, but that requires me re-enable every extension (and input my very long password) every time I reopen my browser.

How can I make Safari think these extensions came from the web gallery?

Hacks are fine.

  • ...I was a little overly angry/frustrated when I wrote this, apologies for that. – Wowfunhappy Nov 2 '18 at 20:37

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