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Need advice on ipad keys and encryption


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Hi,
This is my first post, I hope for once, it's in the right section and two that it makes sense

I have a weird problem, where all my files are accessed over the internet, even those with passwords and all. So i'm wondering how someone can gain access to my files?

Then i found this in the system logs:

"AIWarn I could not find a password in the keychain for ...bunch of numbers."

And FileGuardian apps tells me that " hardware encryption is not available on unknown"

What do you make of this?

I don't want to say what i think it is right now, and make a fool of myself on my very first post, instead I'll listen to the old and wise posters.

Thank You,

Sebb
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and this strange thing happened too:

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