Rather than fight your security team or do their job I suggest you turn on your firewall and block all traffic, and ask them to rescan. That should fix their bad detection problem. Unless you’re running docker or another actual Linux VM, their fingerprint detection is incorrect or the scan isn’t of your machine. I would even offer to connect to their network ...
My load averages are routinely 0.29 so we would need to look at your build and details to know why you’re over 1.0.
bmike@dev ~ % iostat 10
disk0 cpu load average
KB/t tps MB/s us sy id 1m 5m 15m
12.20 7 0.08 0 0 99 0.13 0.16 0.18
5.23 9 0.04 0 0 100 0.11 0.15 0.18
5.18 2 0.01 0 1 99 0.10 ...
i know this seems like a locale problem -- i spent of bunch of time looking into that but it turns out this is actually a problem with the date command.
from the man page for date:
%U week number of year, with Sunday as first day of week (00..53)
%W week number of year, with Monday as first day of week (00..53)
so if i rewrite your command to use %U ...
There is a Ubuntu Live USB distribution called LivelyLinux that boots from Mac. It costs $29.99 and is available in two editions: Ubuntu 20.10 and Ubuntu 20.04.1.
It works on Macbook Pro 2016 with WiFi, touchpad, etc. Probably should work on later models as well.
Serge Voloshenko's comment to a different answer is what worked for me finally:
In macOS Catalina it's under Accessibility > Pointer Control > Mouse &
Trackpad > Trackpad Option
I prefer the dragging with drag lock option, but there's the three finger drag too: