Can you provide more detail on your issue?
Can you tell me the exact version of OS X you are currently running, please?
Click the Apple logo in the menu bar at the top left of the screen
Select "About This Mac"
In the window that opens, look for the "Version" information. Please let me know what it says.
Ok, I need the following information;
Well in regard to the concern the Mac may be hacked, going off the snippet of log data you sent it is not a worry.
Jetsam is a shared system function that monitors memory use under Apple's OS X and iOS. It keeps track of processes on the respective devices, to monitor for situations where you are running out of free RAM and will killed unneeded tasks free up memory. It also keeps an eye out for processes that are using too much RAM.
The error message you see specifically is because the code is shared between OS X and iOS, as mentioned previously, BUT the "DirtyJetsamMemoryLimit" key is only available on iOS devices, not Macs. SO it's completely harmless.
Are you asking if she could INTENTIONALLY use her computer to hack your Android device?
Ok, well just plugging your phone into her Mac would not automatically cause it to be hacked. Additionally, the Mac has no apps that come with it to do things to an Android device by fault. If you believe her to be an expert at programming, hacking, etc then it's always a possibility but this is not something that can be easily done by the average person. She would also need a lot of alone time with your phone and know personal details such as passwords, etc...
However, nothing you've sent indicates this is the case.
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