We do love our 'boys...
Saw this at MacInTouch.com:
A NY Times article examines the critical, and confusing, issue of what becomes of computer files when someone dies:
Cracking open the computer files of a deceased person is usually not that difficult, said Eric Thompson, founder of AccessData, a computer forensics and cryptography software company based in Salt Lake City. Most people choose passwords related to their life. When AccessData performed an analysis of security at a Dallas company recently, for instance, it found that more than half of the employees had chosen as their password a variation of "cowboys" in homage to the city's professional football team.