ESET's CTO interviewed by Let's Talk Computers

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  1. a_ashendorf

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    Andrew Lee Chief Technical Officer Interviewed on Let's Talk Computers


    Andrew Lee, CTO of ESET talks about the newest threats to hit the Internet and gives us invaluable tips and techniques, which allow us to safely surf the Internet without fear of malicious threats and identity theft. Andrew says, "Get smart. The biggest weapon that you have against malware is your own knowledge."


    For some great tips to keep safe and complete transcript click here:
    http://www.eset.com/ltc_interviews/feb_18_2006
     
  2. RejZoR

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    Can't agree more with this line:
    The biggest weapon that you have against malware is your own knowledge.
     
  3. rdsu

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    Me too...

    Experience is everything, and just waiting that the others make the things for us is suicide...
     
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    hmm...well, it depends. This might reffer to the fact that you are responsable for being infected. I mean if you run all attachements in your mailbox or you go to crack or porn websites downloading or even surfing you'll be certainly infected (of course this if your AV doesn't protect you)
     
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    That was a very good read. I have 2 questions:

    1. Who is the interviewer, "AA" (obviously Alan as Andrew's last reply thanks Alan)?

    2. Why do they abbreviate Andrew Lee's name as "AJ"?

    I know that this is nitpicking but things like this just get to me!:doubt:
     
  6. Bizadi

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    Oops, I now see that "AA" is the OP, Alan Ashendorf.:oops: I still wonder about the 13 "AJ" typos, however.
     
  7. Happy Bytes

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    They are not typos.
     
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    Then who is "AJ"?
     
  9. Happy Bytes

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    Andrew J. Lee other people using this kind of naming too, for instance mine is MSN or MTB.
     
  10. Bizadi

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    Okay, I was thinking that maybe "J" was Andrew's middle name but from the interview an uninformed person (me!) could become confused. Like I said, niggly things like this tend to get to me (and, yes, I fully understand that this is my problem:D ).
     
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