Because of an incident happened a few days ago, I'll have to bring my MacBook Pro to an Apple Store to get it repaired.
Even though automatic logins are disabled, and to access the computer it is necessary to type username password, the hard drive is not encrypted with file vault. The computer does not switch on, so I can't do anything to enable it now.
Of course, this means that connecting the hard drive to another computer will make its contents fully accessible. This is my fault for not enabling file vault, I know.
In any case, I am mentally assessing what kind of sensible data is present on the drive.
I do not store logins and passwords in plain text files (I keep them encrypted with a specific application), but my default browser has cookies to automatically login into a number of services.
The Apple Mail app, also, has automatic access to my email accounts, although I believe that those login details are stored in OS X Keychain, which should be protected by the user's password.
Does anyone know to what extent my data is exposed? What I should mostly worry about? What would be available to an attacker?
Also, does anyone have information about the policies of Apple support with the data on mac computers?