My girlfriend left her MBP at the Apple store in Lousiville, KY thursday morning for service. She was getting a 3 beep error on startup indicating a memory issue. The diagnosed it to a logic board which needed replacement so she left it there until about 6pm yesterday (friday). After she picked it up and returned home, she noticed upon opening Safari that her facebook account had triggered an intrusion attempt earlier in the day. Specifically at 3:33 from IP address 126.96.36.199 which a quick whois shows as being registered to Apple. Now, at 3:33 she was attending the Kentucky Derby while her laptop lied "safely" in the hands of the local apple store. Below are screenshots of the messages she encountered (keep in mind her FB language is set to Pirate). In addition, her attempts at contacting the apple store in question resulted in such answers as "anybody could have logged in from any computer in the apple store" to "that was not an apple IP address". Part of the service call involved her giving the password to the computer, this also happens to be the same password she uses for email and multiple other accounts, however, her facebook password is different. Has anyone encountered such a privacy invasion and if so how have they handled it? Nobody at the local apple store cares to admit it was possible, yet the person at US tech support admitted it was an apple IP and provided no further assistance. At this point all she is looking for is someone to admit it happened and what may have been done. Any assistance would be appreciated.