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Trying to understand iMac 10.6.8 better and find out if someone is spying on my computer.

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Would like to find out if my computer is being spied on. Trying to understand info in "About my mac" means. Came across something in software Extensions...MACFramework: It says: Version: 10.8.0, Get Info String: MAC Framework Pseudoextension, SPARTA, Inc, 10.8.0, Kind: Universal,

Location: /System/Library/Extensions/System.kext/Plugins/MACFramework.kext, Kext Version: 10.8.0, Load Address: (built-in to the kernel), Valid: Yes,

Authentic: Yes, Dependencies: Satisfied.

What does this mean?

How/Where and What do I look for to see if someone is spying on my computer? And if so how do I remove it?

iMac (20-inch Late 2006), Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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