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That’s right. OK. But to what end? That’s what we’re looking for. We’re not sure. You can figure it out? Absolutely. Alone? Yes. I’ll give you hours. But not a word of this to anyone. Got it? It’s me. Yeah. Tell them I’ll be home soon. I don’t like lying to them, Sam. Tell them I love them. They know you do. Tell them good night then. Good luck, man. Thanks, bye. Who was it? Your dad. Don’t jump yet. Everything’s fine. What if the answer is in Dominic Dalmot’s expertise? So he’s an amazing coder. And? He was also a pioneer of the Internet. He knew all the programming languages from the ‘s. He sent the first email to Belgium. He knows all the peer-to-peer exchange methods. OK, so the guy’s a walking encyclopedia. He knew the first connections, hackings, systems of exchange and security systems. He wrote the code for them? No, but he’s one of the few people who still knows them. His code was so good it’s still used today. In most of the security systems in the country. So Dalmot can remotely control practically. All of the systems in the country. Be careful, we’re starting to think alike. The entire country means hospitals, financial groups, banks. Would you flip out if I said nuclear power plants? I think I will jump after all. Wait a bit, it’s just a theory. We’ve got the virus! What was hit? I don’t know yet. Sensitive institutions must check their systems. Define sensitive. Hospitals, banks, plants, government departments. Impossible, there’s too many. Start with those in the blackout zone. The virus’ code is FTS. You need to send them its characteristics. I’m on it. Stop, Bob! Get off that thing! It helps him think. Ask them for their systems’ spy reports from the past year. Your malware is everywhere. With a patch, they won’t get in. Remember Estonia? It was jammed by attacks. I hope that doesn’t happen here. Look. There’s a hidden code in the encryption. The first two numbers match. Maybe they’re dates and times. That works for the first one. It’s the exact time of the blackout. The second is minutes later. The escape. And the third one? Bob. Three hours left! A countdown.