Apple macOS Ventura 13.4 beta 4 is not so good for content filter apps

Apple has seeded the macOS Ventura 13.4 beta 4 for Mac users but it looks like, the firmware is not good for the content filter apps. As per the latest inputs, the new release is causing issues for a handful of applications including Snitch, Radio Silence, and others.

Recently, a few Mac users bumped into the Twitter platform and shared their experience with the newly pushed beta version. The information says that after installing the Apple macOS Ventura 13.4 beta 4, the content filter apps started buffering.

Yes! The issue is mainly with the network connectivity. Perhaps, users managed to narrow it down to interference with firewall apps. In addition, some Mac holders captured a constant stir in the network cycle until they deleted the Little Snitch application.

On the flip side, a Twitter account named @aaronp613 reported an issue with his Mac. The device is automatically disconnected after updating. Although he was able to fix this defect. But for doing so, he needs to turn off the Radio Silence.

At this moment, Apple Mac owners can opt for a temporary yet useful solution. For some time at least, they should disable their network filtering apps to put a halt to the connectivity issues. On the other side, users who are concerned about the applications can prevent the installation of the latest firmware.

Beta builds are not the stable version of the software. Hence, it is obvious to find such issues in the device with a new update. To avoid the mishappening of data to some extent, you can prefer a backup of your device.


Apple macOS Ventura 13.4 beta 4 is not so good for content filter apps
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