No confrontations at all. Difficult to tell from just text alone. I appreciate you giving a reply. Any help or ideas from anyone is appreciated, no matter how small or how silly the question might be.
I do not believe I had upgraded to High Sierra at that point.
The laptop is used for email and photoshop. That’s about it. I have used a bunch of networks, and did connect wirelessly to a new network at a studio I’ve started working at. However…
The main thing to point out here, to rule out anyone physically gaining access to my laptop is that I had it with me. I was at work, the laptop was in my bag on that day. Unused, not booted up or connected to anything. When the transaction took place, I was rehearsing with a crew in a studio.
This did not happen using my computer at the time. I 100% guarantee that.
So in order for this to have been done elsewhere with a different wallet, someone would have needed both my public and private keys, imported them into a new wallet somewhere and made the transfer. My wallet.dat file is encrypted. Even if they managed to get a copy of it, they would have to break that. My passphrase is complicated. But regardless they would have needed both. This is what I’m referring to when I’m saying it is insecure.
M wallet, as far as I was concerned, was at maximum security with regards to the settings within the software itself. The addition of my laptop being encrypted and password protected is another step, but I appreciate if it is turned on and left accessible that leaves it open to someone knowing exactly what to look for, but still needing the additional information to import to another wallet.
I’m curious to know if there are log files within the software I can look at (Litecoin Core 0.14.2). The debug.log shows everything from 29th Nov only, and not from before. I guess it overwrites at a certain point.