Josep Albors d’ESET explique comment les attaques DNS tentent de nous rediriger vers de fausses pages.
Education: Technician in Management Information Systems.
Highlights of your career? During my studies and before I joined ESET Spain I did several trainings in programming and languages, and I provided technical support to some companies. I also got Cisco's CCNA certification and the Computer Forensics Judicial Expert license.
Position and history at ESET? In 2005 I joined Ontinet, wholesaler of ESET in Spain, where I started working in technical support. I then became Head of Tech Support and my current position is Communications & Lab Director.
What malware do you hate the most? Every kind, no exception.
Favorite activities? Learning languages, travelling, meeting people, films, reading, videogames, and airsoft.
What is your golden rule for cyberspace? We are our own worst vulnerability but also our best antivirus.
When did you get your first computer and what kind was it? My first owned computer was an IBM PS/2 Model 30 with 640K of RAM, a hard drive of 20 MB and running in MS-DOS 4.0, although I had been fighting for years with my cousin's Spectrum and his BASIC.
Favorite computer game/activity? Apart from enjoying most of 8 and 16 bits retro games in console or PC, I'm a big fan of Civilization, XCOM and Fire Emblem sagas. I also like to install a couple of VMs in my computers to analyze the behavior of malware.