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  1. Poseidon Z driver for Mac OS X 10.10+

    In El Capitan, they introduce "System Integrity Protection". With this protection, it is required that a kext has to be signed. However, the kext provided by @brandonchang is not signed. We were able to get away by using kext-dev-mode=1 in boot-args. This doesn't work anymore with the new protection enabled. To workaround this problem, you may need to disable such protection and also add "kext-dev-mode=1" in boot-args. See here for more information. Do this at your own risk... Note that you are about to disable such protection entirely. Good Luck
  2. Poseidon Z driver for Mac OS X 10.10+

    Hi there, you may want to go to System Preferences > Security & Privacy after you see the message you mentioned. There should be a button that says "Open Anyway" Click that button and it should allow you to open KextUtility. Good Luck!
  3. Poseidon Z driver for Mac OS X 10.10+

    @brandonchang This works great! Thanks for such an awesome piece of software you created. I would like to ask if it is possible for you to make it open source, so that other developers can continue working on it. Thanks
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