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Is it possible to remove or disable the Intel Management Engine backdoor from a 2012 MacBook Air?

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  • Since the IME is baked into the CPU, removing it physically would destroy the chip. See this page at AskDifferent for some additional background on Macs and IME. – IconDaemon Oct 31 '18 at 12:51

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