(Theme Music) So, the uhh, whenever this happened, like a month ago. Emily calls me over And she says, “I just got this weird email. Can you take a look at it?” And I look and it’s like uh, a Microsoft account verification email. And she says, “I guess I have this account, and someone recovered the password.” And I look and it was one of our shared email accounts, “That’s really weird. Someone was able to log in and they added a phone number to your account.” So I said, “Well, let’s call it. Let’s see if we recognize who picks it up.” So I picked up the desk phone, and I call on line three which is not our main number, and I hear, “Hello?” And I’m like, “Uh, wrong number!” And I hang up and I’m like, “Yeah, I don’t know who that is. We got to report this!” Well, earlier that morning, I had come in to start working on RvB and uh, every now and then, Halo 4 will kind of forget that we downloaded some maps. So, we need to connect it to XBox Live and say, “Hey, don’t worry, we do have these maps.” So, whoever set up the original RvB accounts they used like the store email address. I just used whatever the fuck we had available. Or the administrative email address. And uh, because of that, I don’t know the passwords to all that stuff. I’ll try and enter it, and it’ll say, “Hey, this password is wrong.” And I was like, “Aw, fuck!” But then later that day we get an email from Adam saying like, “Hey guys, remember, don’t use this password because it’s been compromised. JUST TODAY we had somebody try and hack into something using that old password. STOP USING IT.” And I’m sitting next to Adam Ellis, and I go, “Hey Adam, what kind of breech did we have today?” And he goes, “Uh, somebody tried to get into a Microsoft account password.” “Was it the Admin Microsoft account?” “Yeah. Why?” “I’m the hacker. I’m the hacker! Look!” And I point to my email and I have the email and it’s like, “Hey, that password doesn’t work.” And he goes, “No no no, we called somebody today!” And that’s when I remembered, I was standing in the fucking break room, waiting to go to the bathroom I get a call and I go, “I don’t know this number. Hello?” “Uh, wrong number!” Hang up, and as soon as I hang up the phone, I’m go, “I should start answering random numbers as ‘Hey, this is Miles.'” What I love is that you were in the break room, we were literally like fifteen feet away from each other. There’s no walls between us! And we don’t hear each other!