STEVE: Yes. Yes. Also many, many, many listeners, as I was going through my mailbag for pulling the questions for today, everyone’s worried about this news that just recently came out, although Microsoft’s been doing it for some time, this COFEE, COFEE with one “F,” stands for Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor. Unfortunately, the online reports exaggerate what this is. And, I mean, literally, I think it was even Ars Technica, that I normally have a high opinion of, said that it bypasses PC security. What this is, this is a USB thumb drive Microsoft has prepared, one of Microsoft’s security guys who’s been with company for four years, prepared this thumb drive that they’ve been giving out to law enforcement. And it’s like a forensic, well, obviously a forensic evidence extractor for Windows. And so the concern is that this is, like, some secret backdoor. I’ve seen the words “backdoor,” “bypasses PC security,” you know, “decrypts BitLocker drives.” Okay, none of that is the case. So I wanted to, for everyone who wrote in wanting to get some feedback about this, all it is is a command-packed set of tools that are otherwise freely available. It’s got about 150 different commands to make it, you know, basically Microsoft’s pulled all this together to help law enforcement. But it doesn’t do anything that you wouldn’t be able to do otherwise. So there’s no secret backdoor it’s accessing or anything. It’s just a really neat toolkit. And of course the bad news is that, when you give it to the good guys, the bad guys’ll get it, too, ultimately.