If I am understanding you correctly, you are concerned that your identity may have been stolen due to problems with your computer. If this is incorrect please let me know.
However, looking at the txt files that you included I am not seeing anything that stands out as an obvious wrong. It is unlikely that your number of folders and directories are the cause of these problems, but it does make me wonder how your system is set up and how it could be improved to reduce your confusion. But from your statements it sounds like you may need to apply the updates for your computer. There have been a few recent but major developments that these patches and updates will resolve.
As for the identity theft concerns, I cannot help you too much. But I would HIGHLY recommend investing a little money into credit monitoring and ID Theft insurance if this concerns you. Also, contact your banking institution about those unknown charges, they may be able to help you identify where they occured and if they are legitimate or not. If they are not, the institution is obligated to assist you in changing the account information to prevent further theft, but only to a small degree (this is where having the insurance is good). Most institutions however wil practically bend over backwards to help you with losses within their institution, but this only works if you contact them and report the issue.
Lastly, if this is the same problem that HamLuis has listed in another thread can you please complete or close one of the threads so there is no cross information given? This will assist us greatly in assisting you. Thank you.
Edited by wing987, 11 June 2014 - 12:21 PM.
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