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You have enabled auditing for the Secure Store Service and that only enables auditing for operations on the Secure Store Service Application. You have to enable auditing for the site collection where your list resides. As per the following comparison chart auditing is not included in SharePoint Foundation 2013, at least not using the UI. SP 2013 version ...
That's draw back of Auditing, if you don't properly planned. if you enabled auditing everything...On your home page you have images, links to other libraries, webpart showing data etc...a user hit the home page of site collection...imagine how much calls made and how much entries goes into audit table....so plan accordingly... we had the same issue with ...
I believe that search indexer crawl results would be logged under whatever user account crawled those docs. So, if the 'System' account is doing the crawling, that would explain things.
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