SECURITY: Basic SpiderWeb's MacBook Air 21

Last updated
Sep 1, 2021
Personal, primary device
Additional PC users
Not shared with other users
Desktop OS
macOS Developer Preview
OS edition
Login security
    • Hardware security key
    • Password-less (PIN, Biometric, Face)
    • Password (Aa-Zz, 0-9, Symbols)
Primary sign-in
Apple iCloud account
Primary user
Admin user - Full permissions
Security updates
Automatic - allow all types of updates
Network firewall
ISP-issued router
Real-time protection
Gatekeeper (built-in)
XProtect (built-in)
ReiKey (anti-keylogger)
Software firewall
macOS Firewall
Custom RTP, Firewall and OS settings
Malware testing
No malware samples
Periodic security scanners
Secure DNS
iCloud Private Relay
Password manager
Bitwarden Premium
Browsers, Search and Addons
Browsers: Firefox, Safari
Search: Google
Addons: See post below
Maintenance and Cleaning
Personal Files & Photos backup
Google Drive
Personal backup routine
Automatic (scheduled)
Device recovery & backup
Time Machine
Device backup routine
Automatic (scheduled)
PC activity
  1. Working from home. 
  2. Browsing the web. 
  3. Browsing to unknown sites. 
  4. Browsing the dark web. 
  5. Emails. 
  6. Shopping. 
  7. Banking. 
  8. Downloading software. 
  9. Multimedia. 
  10. Streaming. 
Computer specs
Apple MacBook Air M1, 7-core GPU model, 8 GB RAM, 256GB SSD
Personal changelog
-New computer
Feedback Response

General feedback


Level 6
Aug 21, 2020
New MacBook Air M1 after my Pixelbook Go died. Oh well. Here it is.


I am running as an Admin account but I have severely restricted it through Terminal tweaks and the Privileges app. Once I have everything configured I will consider creating a separate admin account.
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Level 6
Aug 21, 2020
I would suggest you to use uBlock Origin or AdGuard..
Thank you. I do! MT changed a lot of the fields. I didn't know where to put them. My extensions are:
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-Bypass Paywalls
-Fakespot Fake Amazon Reviews
-uBlock Origin
-YouTube SponsorBlock
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Level 6
Aug 21, 2020
-Random User-Agent (Chrome extension)

Testing. Right now I think they defeat their own purpose because the fake user agents are not being updated to the latest browser versions so you stand out because your UA is from a browser from last year and who does that?? Useless.

-NeatURL (Chrome extension)

I replaced it with a userscript in Violentmonkey.
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