What’s being hidden from me?

Profile: Nomanonn
I'm either crazy or I'm on to some sneaky stuff going on. My spouse pretends to not know what an IP address is but has SQL injector and ridiculous levels of encryption and cloud accounts and files I cant get into. There's more to it but idk how safe it is for me to say and I'm not trying to cause epic insanity I just want an idea of what's being hidden from me.

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  • ToddN2000
    How do you know there is SQL injector being used? That is a method for hacking sites. How do you know there is encryption? Are you trying to view encrypted files ? They may not be hiding anything from you. My wife has her own laptop and e-mails. Nothing there I probably could not figure out how to get into.  It's just here own personal stuff. She could be hiding something but has never given me a reason to doubt her even after 23 years together.  
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  • Veretax
    Todd asks a good question, but just because your spouse is using encryption doesn't mean he's trying to hide something from you either.

    HTTPS technically encrypts things, and I also wonder what you mean when you say levels of encryption.
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  • ToddN2000
    Gave this some more thought this morning. Maybe he has stuff encrypted to prevent a hacker from seeing what is on his system. With all the malware, spyware and viruses out there, he might just be very protective of his data.
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