Let's say I am drug dealer and I want to protect my data on my phone.
I setup PIN for SIM and I enable encryption.
Now it's the tricky part, if I enable encryption with PIN, it's easy to brute-force it, right? I googled and I found something like USB Rubber Ducky which acts like keyboard and can be scripted.
Another option is to use encryption password, but my Android 7 Nougat is using same password for encryption and lock screen. So entering strong password every time I need to use a phone is too much.
But Pattern type of protection is convenient and it's not crackable with USB Rubber Ducky. Or can law enforcement mount some offline attack? Is this technically possible?
Are there any known procedures law enforcement use when they seize the phone? do they brute-force them? Do they ask google to change PIN? I think I'll delete my Google Account to prevent my country DEA from making it.