Theory: Danger's Sidekick data explosion was (DUDUNT! DUDUNT!) sabotage?

I can’t stand it, i know you planned it
Ima set it straight, this Watergate
I can’t stop textin’ when i’m in there
’cause your crystal ball ain’t so crystal clear
So, while you sit back and wonder why
I’m missing my pics when I slide my ‘Kick
Oh my god, it’s a mirage
I’m tellin’ y’all it’s sabotage

So,so,so, so listen up ’cause you can’t say nothin’
You shut me down with a push of your button
But AppleInsider knows why your data’s gone
I’ll tell you now I keep it on and on:

…someone with access to the servers at the datacenter must have inserted a time bomb to wipe out not just all of the data, but also all of the backup tapes, and finally, I suspect, reformatting the server hard drives so that the service itself could not be restarted with a simple reboot (and to erase any traces of the time bomb itself)… If this was an ordinary sort of failure, the service would have come back within a day, so once again, all signs point to sabotage.

’cause what you see you might not get
And we can bet, so don’t you get backed-up yet
Scheming on a thing that’s a mirage
I’m tryin’ to tell you now it’s sabotage

In all honesty, I have a problem with this theory. A three-pronged attack on servers like this is pretty difficult, especially from afar. While it’s obvious that a laid-off employee could have planted this during Danger’s move to Microsoft, Danger’s IT people must be pretty stupid to fall for something of this magnitude, y’all.

via Giz