STEVE: HD Moore is the guy, the hacker, who maintains the Metasploit Framework, which is a very mature, sophisticated, growing over time framework that hosts exploits. And so it sort of - it just provides an easy way of, like, adding a small bit of code to do the work side of an exploit where the rest of the foundation is sort of there. And so this is - there are traces of the Internet, sample runs of giving a command to take over, to, like, poison the name cache on a DNS resolver. And you see it running, and you see it saying, okay, doing 10,000 queries, testing; doing 10,000 queries, testing. So what he would do is he would blast a bunch of queries, send a bunch of spoof responses, and then ask that name server, the targeted name server, for the record he was trying to replace, see whether he’d succeeded. And if not, do it again. And it would take, like in one case, like, 13 iterations of this over the course of maybe 10, 15 seconds, and it would say “success.” And you would see that that server was now returning the fraudulent, deliberately inserted, replaced record from its cache. So that was 10 to 15 seconds.