The former director of NSA opposes court order’s demand to create a backdoor for iOS in order to extract sensitive information from the terrorist iPhone 5c phone.
The former director pointing the government about its’ continues dealing to unlock the iPhone device, and express his personal views to oppose the government actions. Hayden clearly explained his views about the government’s plan to create back door available to all American enforcement not just iOS but all devices as well globally. And he believes that harms not just safety and security of Americans but for all users around the globe.
So in the case of the San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone case, FBI currently demanding to the software developer Apple to remove password limit on attempts for Farook’s handsets or decrypt it. Comey insisted that agency’s interest is very limited in scope
Apple argued that giving FBI workaround would possibly allow others to break into any other devices not just iPhone and could even create a disastrous effect in the future, so Apple continually fighting the order in order to prevent those future problems.
Though he left NSA last 2005, former director Hayden was responsible for creating a mass surveillance device that later exposed by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, so this could possibly happen in the future with Apple.