A Colorado woman who was ordered to unlock her computer for investigators is reportedly saying she can't remember her password.
Last month U.S. District Judge Robert Blackburn ordered Ramona Ficosu to decrypt the hard drive on her Toshiba laptop by February 21st. The laptop was seized in 2010 in connection with a mortgage fraud investigation. The judge ruled that Ficosu couldn't use the self-incrimination clause of the Fifth Amendment to keep her password to herself. Now Threat Level reports that Ficosu plans to tell the court "Oopsies, I forgot."