(Follow-up to this blog post of February 18, 2016)
From FBI admits iPhone mistake that may have cost it San Bernardino evidence:
In the chaotic aftermath of the shootings in San Bernardino, California, in December, FBI investigators seeking to recover data from the iPhone of one of the shooters asked a technician in the California county to reset the phone's iCloud password....Read the rest HERE.
It is now my understanding that the self-destruct passcode on that iPhone — the passcode which is leading to this conflict between the court and Apple — is not a passcode which Syed Farook employed but rather one put on that iPhone at the request of the FBI.
Did no IT specialist along the way issue a warning?
Did nobody say, "If this, then that"?