Running your Mac with SIP disabled?

Are you running your Mac with SIP disabled?

To use the Local Terminal component on a Mac with System Integrity Protection (SIP) disabled, you will need to run a less secure version of the Local Terminal Component.

NOTE: If you haven’t disabled SIP on your Mac, it is enabled. Please download the regular local terminal installer instead Local terminal component.

Is this unsecured version safe to install?

The App itself is safe to install. However, it is recommended to run a Mac with SIP enabled.

What is SIP

From Apple:

“System Integrity Protection (SIP) in macOS protects the entire system by preventing the execution of unauthorized code. The system automatically authorizes apps that the user downloads from the App Store. The system also authorizes apps that a developer notarizes and distributes directly to users. The system prevents the launching of all other apps by default.”

More info can be found here

This less secure installer will allow any process that can inject code into Prompt open a local terminal and run whatever commands it wants.

Below is the download to install or update to the latest version of the Local Terminal Component.

You are downloading at your own risk and understand the security implications involved.
Insecure Local terminal component.