5365 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Nov 19, 2009 9:03 AM by MrHoffman
How is the local network environment configured?
What sort of access does this "someone" have to your MacBook box, or access into the local network environment?
Are there any monitors (sometimes called "parental filters", though there are similar monitors that target employees in some organizations) configured on the client or within the local network?
Are there other user logins configured on your MacBook?
It is quite trivial to monitor client network traffic in some network configurations (which is why I ask the above), and it is also easily feasible to have a login into the MacBook box and to simply look at your browser history.
Spyware? Sure. That can be a feasible attack, too. That would not be my first target for investigation, but it can certainly arise. There are easier ways to collect this data that could potentially be in use here.
Consider asking somebody that is knowledgeable in this area and that you trust to look at this box and at this issue for you.
And this is the Mac OS X Server environment discussion forum, and you almost certainly are not running Mac OS X Server on the MacBook box here. (Though in keeping with this forum, it is entirely feasible to configure a Mac OS X Server box as a network monitor; to monitor your web activities.)