When I joined this company, I had the unfortunate experience of working with very jaded and unprofessional developers. They wanted me to work on their personal projects and hide my activity from IT by installing a different OS on a test machine that IT couldn't spy on. I declined, and wanted to focus on my real work instead. My reputation was smeared behind my back, I was lied to about projects, and set up for failure.
One of these developers named Bob, has the password to my work PC. He brought it to me from IT when I first started working there. He tried to make it seem like he was being helpful, but I am extremely suspicious. IT is also required to know our passwords. This guy works together with a family member, and is family friends with senior management in our office including the Chief engineer and head of security. The chief engineer and head of Security fired the IT guy, and promoted his friends to be the new IT guys, so he completely controls IT. This top dog is very informal and likes to tease people, so I doubt he take any concerns about bullying or IT violations seriously.
I am worried that Bob may have planted something on my PC, since he has my password. I never changed my password, since IT knows our passwords anyway. I do not doubt he could have gotten my password if I changed it.
If I report anything, I am unlikely to keep my job. I doubt management would risk disciplining and pissing off multiple developers and family friends. It would be easier to get rid of me.
How do I leave this company and minimize the liability of leaving behind a computer which may used against me in the future?
I work in the US and these guys work for the government.