You mentioned that Kaseya has single sign-on for everything. Doesn’t that open the possibility of somebody maybe getting in and breaching a part of Kaseya and having more access to the other products?
No, we’ve had that single sign-on for everything Kaseya for years. With single sign-on access points, the way we compartmentalize our architecture, there are protocols that protect that. We’ll talk a lot about the architectures there, but the answer is no. Being able to breach as was demonstrated, you know, in July. One of our modules was breached and the breach didn’t expand beyond that module. It’s the same way that any single sign-on product in any architecture works.