Name: KCPM UTILITY PRO
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.10 or later
As always block it with LittleSnitch, HandsOff or Radio Silence
KCPM Utility Pro is a 6-in-1 system maintenance tool written in Swift that supports installing kexts, repairing permissions, rebuilding caches, configuring system integrity protection (SIP), setting up BooterConfig and more.
And yes, it fully supports Apple’s latest OS X El Capitan.
English, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese
(More languages are coming! If you want to add other languages support for this utility, please have a look at the localization section below.)
Supported OS X Version:
OS X El Capitan (10.11.x)
OS X Yosemite (10.10.x)
(Unfortunately, OS X Mavericks is not supported by KCPM Utility Pro due to that some Swift methods are not available under OS X 10.9.x)
Install Kexts to /Library/Extensions. (*1)
Install Kexts to /System/Library/Extensions.
Install Kexts to /Extra/Extensions.
Show Kexts version, path and more.
Backup Kexts that will be replaced. (*2)
Rebuild System and Kernel Caches.
Repair Permissions of the whole system partition. (even under OS X El Capitan!!)
Configure SIP (*5) and BooterConfig via either NVRAM (*3) or your bootloader configuration. (Clover & Chameleon supported) (*4)
Install Command Line Tools that allow you easily maintain your OS X in Terminal/Single-user mode/OS X Recovery and more.
Support Real Macs, Hackintosh Builds (Clover, Chameleon, Ozmosis)
Drag-N-Drop Function. (Starting from V3.3)
EZMode (*6) – Express Kexts Installation Mode that helps you install kexts, repair permissions and rebuild caches without your attendance. (Starting from V5.0)
Support custom kexts backup folder. (Starting from V5.0)
*1. It is recommended to install kernel extensions to /Library/Extensions under OS X El Capitan.
*2. Default kexts backup folder is ~/Desktop/FireWolf_Kexts_Backups/$time/.
*3. It is required that NVRAM is supported on your builds.
*4. The default icon will be changed to indicate which bootloader configuration you have selected. (See screenshots below)
*5. Special Notes: Apple has blocked modifying restricted areas in NVRAM. You may no longer set new SIP value directly via NVRAM, BooterConfig is stilled supported though.
*6. EZMode is disabled by default. You may enable it in the new preference panel of KCPM Utility Pro. When the EZMode is enabled, the normal “Select” and “Execute” buttons will be disabled automatically.
What's New in Version 5.1:
Add an option in the preference panel that allows you to silence the SIP->B1 warning at the startup of the program.
(Note that even though you can silence this warning, if your SIP->B1 is still disabled, the “Install Kexts to /System/Library/Extensions” will remain greyed out, because that’s the security policy created by Apple in OS X El Capitan.)
Fix some localization related issues.