[KB8339] After upgrading to macOS Ventura (13), you received a warning: Your computer is not fully protected
After upgrading your computer to macOS Ventura (13), you receive a warning "Your computer is not fully protected."
Issue fixed in macOS 13.1
This issue is only present in macOS Ventura version 13.0. If you upgrade your computer from earlier macOS to macOS Ventura version 13.1 and later, this issue will not affect you.
Fix the issue via MDM
To fix this issue on multiple computers at one time, we recommend enrolling the computer in Apple certified MDM of your choice (for example, Jamf) and enabling Full Disk Access to all computers via MDM as described in the Before installation section of the following Online Help topic. Enabling Full Disk Access via MDM will automatically fix the issue.
Click the Apple menu → System Settings → Privacy & Security.
Click Full Disk Access.
The settings will show the toggle in the enabled position indicating the ESET product has Full Disk Access privileges; however, Full Disk Access is not enabled.
Select all ESET options, then click the minus icon at the bottom of the window to remove the selected options. Alternatively, users can individually remove ESET options. The options in the Full Disk Access section may differ for different ESET products.
Do not remove the existing ESET options more than one time. After clicking the minus icon, allow the workstation time to remove the ESET option from the window.
Each option will be removed from the menu and automatically added back.
After the ESET options appear, click the toggle next to each ESET option to enable Full Disk Access.
ESET Endpoint Antivirus 7.2.1600.0 will automatically detect Full Disk Access. ESET Cyber Security and ESET Cyber Security Pro users, click Start again in the ESET alert dialog or restart your macOS.