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  • Thank you. Your solution worked for me. A reply without sarcasm would have been sufficient.
  • Yes, but I could not make it work. Booting in Recovery mode doesn't seem to allow access to anything other that Disk Utility. I can't see how to open Terminal. Anyway, the risk isn't worth the trouble. The files are harmless and small.
  • None of the above worked for me. Even logged on as root user macOS will not allow the deletion of XFENCE.kext or LittleFlocker.kext. As far as I am concerned this problem should not be marked "Solved".
  • Thank you. I followed the user guide's instructions but they did not work, the application remained. I also followed the unistall steps in the thread that you attached and that didn not help either. The file is not being used. The problem is nothing to do with XFence as the kernel extension for Little Flocker is also in…
  • Also, I tried: sudo rm -rf /Library/Extensions/XFENCE.kext but it returns "Operation not permitted" The extension is not active but ther ought to be a way to remove it. By the way, why has it become just as hard to uninstall application from macOS as it used to be from Windows? There are so many hidden and obscure files…