Spanish resident, living and working in Madrid as a forensic researcher for computer systems in a big software development company. I have never licensed in this area but auto-didactic education gives for more than a title.
Postgraduate Degree in Inter Community Relationships and Social Studies
(M.D.) by Universidad Autonoma of Madrid, Spain.
Interests: all types of music, physics, mathematics, politics, computer hardware and software security, talking (if with a smart girl much better), open source software.
Hobbies: sports (body-building, in-line skating, snowboarding, swimming), reading (all types of books), crypto-analysis, computer programming, Linux development, hacking, “workaholing”.
Marital status: Single
BrainbenchÂ® Certification in Internet Security
BrainbenchÂ® Master Certified in GNU/Linux System Administration (highest score in Spain)
eCertificationÂ® in Solaris 7
eCertificationÂ® Master Level in Unix System V Administration
Boinas Negras Crypto Challenge Winner
NGSEC Computer Security Challenge Winner, 1st edition.
NGSEC Computer Security Challenge Winner, 2nd edition.
HispaLinux Association Member, Spain.
International High IQ Society Member (97%-ile)
Glia High IQ Society Member (99,8%-ile)
ActivaLink Forensic Research Founder
Publications and Conferences
InvestigaciÃ³n Forense InformÃ¡tica (2002)- A study on the forensic analysis of industrial hardware running GNU/Linux and Unix commercial operating systems. The study was presented in the 5th Hispalinux congress in Madrid (www.activalink.net)
InvestigaciÃ³n Forense InformÃ¡tica (2003) — A study on binary ELF files objective protection cracking under GNU/Linux and Unix operating systems in order to determine the purpose of a binary suspect. The paper also includes the procedure proposal for governmental computer media handling in system compromise cases (www.activalink.net)