STEVE: Well, and interestingly, I was thinking about this question this morning. I also, when I was originally setting up GRC way back in the old dark days, the way our DNS was set up was with a wildcard in front of GRC.com. So anything dot GRC.com took you to the IP of GRC.com. So you could use www.GRC.com, just GRC.com, or literally anything. I mean, you could just make up something dot GRC.com. Which, you know, I thought, oh, isn’t that cool. Well, I don’t know how or why, but we, over the years, we accumulated so much, I mean, an unbelievable amount of debris dot GRC.com. And Google was, like, finding it. And if I Googled GRC.com I would see all this random, like, machine names dot GRC.com. So finally I got - I said, okay, this is ridiculous. So I have a redirect now, or I did for years, where anything dot GRC.com redirected you to www.GRC.com. And I think finally, after several years of, like, training the world not to use anything but the real names, I then shut off the wildcard. But so I’ve had - I make great use of redirects, as well. I mean, again, they never go anywhere spooky or suspicious. But they are very handy. I wish they hadn’t been abused. But like everything else that’s kind of cool and can be used for gray purposes, they were.