My laptop (modded 2007 Macbook Pro) was stolen 2 days ago when I didn't pay attention to my backpack in a tourist spot in Europe and while I'm quite certain they won't have much use for it (the apple is orange :) I'd still like to make sure I'm thinking of everything. What are the next steps, what can I ignore? This is the situation:
- OS X 10.8, no HDD encryption, no anti-theft measures (Prey etc)
- Accounts: Admin + separate, limited User account with complex passwords, Account names are not pre-filled
- CVs etc with lots of private data, also outside of User folder on 2nd HDD
- Bank Account, FTP, Mail passwords encrypted in KeePass, nowhere as plain text, none connected to birthdays or other (guessable) personal data
- No passwords saved in browsers
- Lots of e-mails with sensitive and other data, contact book etc in User folder (how easy is it to access those?) as well as my .ssh directory
- Just realized: locally stored websites with config files that contain passwords to my server & DB in plain text (!)
Am I thinking in the right direction? Should I change all my passwords? Any guess of the likelihood that a (crappy looking) tourist laptop will warrant any attention or does this not matter at all, because I should just assume worst case anyways?
Thanks a lot in advance!