Rafael Núñez (hacker)

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'Rafael Núñez (also known as RaFa) is a white hat computer hacker who used to be a member of the World of Hell back in 2001, nowadays he is a notorious business man from Venezuela.

RaFa also figured in the book The Hacker Diaries: Confessions of Teenage Hackers (2002),[1] from Dan Verton.[2] Nuñez is deputy director for cpiu.us (Counter Pedophilia Investigative Unit) an organization dedicated to educate the public in how to protect their children and increase general public awareness about Online Pedophilia since 2000.[3] Also founder of EnfoqueSeguro, a website devoted to cover information security breaches in Spanish language.--

Rafa has been interviewed by numerous industry trade journals, including The New York Times, Znet Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, BBC (see the interview), Business Week (see the interview), CNN, Univision, Gato Pardo Magazine, El Nacional, El Universal, Televisa, TeleSur, Venevision and many others; presented at numerous public speaking events around the world like a security information expert. He used to be a Host in a Podcast Technology Show called "Percepción 3.0" at one of the most visited news website in Latin America Noticias24.com

Currently Rafael Núñez is a partner in CleanPerception an Online Reputation Management Multinational Corporation and humble mission called FundaSitio.org who creates websites for foundations in Latin America.

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