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I fixed it in Big Sur by booting to Recovery Mode, mounting the (encrypted) macOS - Data partition in Terminal, and then running the above commands (Copying from my mounted main partition). This does not require deactivating SIP.


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I too got this. I too have a mac air 2014... ram is soldered... okay so im not buying a new logic board but i did fix this. i disconnected the battery, the fan, the nve drive and the logic board from the power along with all the little snap in cables and such apple likes to include along the way, the display.. but i didnt actually unscrew the logic board i ...


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Read this article about DDoS attacks maybe it help to you https://journalofcyberpolicy.com/2020/10/02/33-types-of-ddos-attacks-dissected/


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You shouldn't have to create your own plist to enable the pf firewall on boot especially since you're using the default rule set. You just need to enable it. This will launch at the "correct time" when all of your interfaces are configured and up. Step 1: Edit the Apple supplied plist The file you're looking for is /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/...


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I would get a backup and not worry about the recovery partition until you have time for an erase install or some processes that can take an hour (or more if you don’t have the Catalina installer up to date and downloaded). Your disk layout is generally good - no issues that are easy to diagnose and fix. In the mean time make sure all your data / backups are ...


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On MacOS systems based on T2 chips (2018-2020 years) it works like this: jailbreak your device using checkra1n jailbreak in cli mode copy the boot sound to your local mac scp -p 2222 -r root@localhost:/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/BridgeAccessibilitySupport.framework/ /here_enter_your_local_mac_folder/ convert it to mp3 and upload back to jailbroken ...


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