When you do, up near the top they talk about this “Mapping the MalWeb” report, which is a PDF, a 14-page PDF. But it had some interesting statistics that I thought our listeners would find interesting. Perhaps not surprising, of all of the top-level domains they tested, the Hong Kong domain, which is .hk, is the most risky top-level domain. Of the sites they tested, randomly looking at sites in the Hong Kong domain, 19.2 percent of these were infected with some kind of malware, meaning that there was some opportunity for anyone surfing to any, you know, a 19.2 percent chance that if you surfed to an arbitrary site in the .hk top-level domain, some sort of exploit was attempted against your web browser. The China domain, .cn, is number two most malicious top-level domain, with 11.8 percent of its sites trying to do some sort of exploit against your browser. And the most risky top-level domain is, that is, just overall, is .info, with 11.8 sites infected, which is up from 7.5 the prior year. However, overall, it turns out that overall very few sites worldwide are infected. It turns out that it’s 0.0717 percent, meaning that overall, if you went to 10,000 randomly chosen sites, only seven sites out of 10,000 have any exploit code.