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Disabling Endpoint Security for Mac permissions beyond Full Disk Access in macOS 13 Ventura

After upgrading to macOS 13 Ventura, users may notice that the BDLDaemon component of Endpoint Security for Mac has received permissions to Screen Recording, Input Monitoring and other Privacy & Security settings. This happens due to a known issue with this operating system version from Apple.


By design, Endpoint Security for Mac requires only Full Disk Access permission to ensure full protection on the system. Any other rights granted by the operating system are unnecessary. Therefore, we recommend disabling the permissions mentioned above.


For the Endpoint Security for Mac issue with Full Disk Access on macOS Ventura, refer to After upgrading to macOS 13 Ventura, Endpoint Security for Mac informs you Full Disk Access is not granted.