Yes, Michael Alan Crooker actually filed a lawsuit stating that “Microsoft falsely claimed that its products would keep his information secure.” Here’s what happened:

While Crooker did have an encryption mechanism installed to keep his porn, ballistics recipes, and data safe, the FBI’s Cryptologic and Electronic Analysis group were able to break through the Compaq DriveLock security layer with help from Hewlett-Packard. The agents found a wide array of files ranging from home s** videos to cached porn**raphic web pages, eventually embarrassing Crooker and leading to this lawsuit

[via Arstechnica]

Yes, Michael Alan Crooker actually filed a lawsuit stating that “Microsoft falsely claimed that its products would keep his information secure.” Here’s what happened:

While Crooker did have an encryption mechanism installed to keep his porn, ballistics recipes, and data safe, the FBI’s Cryptologic and Electronic Analysis group were able to break through the Compaq DriveLock security layer with help from Hewlett-Packard. The agents found a wide array of files ranging from home s** videos to cached porn**raphic web pages, eventually embarrassing Crooker and leading to this lawsuit

[via Arstechnica]