I've just bought a 11" 2011 Macbook air to use for iOS and web development and I would like to be prepared in the case that it gets stolen so that I might be able to retrieve it. This is what I've been able to do so far, #1. I've paid for a subscription to Prey. That covers a lot of the bases. #2. I've also set a guest account and restricted it from changing any important settings. #3. I've got VNC and SSH access, with no-ip.com's client running, and set it to auto connect to open wifi networks. #4. This is more to protect it from me more than anything, but I've bought a licence for Deep Freeze (I've already managed to nuke it a few times even with deep freeze.) #5. I password protected the efi boot menu. #6. I set the wallpaper to pictures of pretty ladies. Any other ideas on what I can do to protect it from theft (besides ideas like, don't leave it on the bus)? I would like a keylogger installed and ready to be activated, but I can't seam to find one that looks credible. I would also like to be able to monitor the microphone over the internet, but I can't find a way to do that either. I don't trust that Prey's geo-ip is accurate enough to help much, and the camera if they are smart would be covered first thing so I feel like more may be needed.