links about my crazy ass:
el Libro Hacker
http://planetalibro.net/leerlibro/molist-ferrer-merce-hackstory-es/112 En 1993 aparecen más grupos: los madrileños Konspiradores Hacker Klub, con Mave y el gallego Lester; Big Bro Killerz, con Tosh y Rek2WiLdS, grandes traductores de textos como Hackers con causa; el Sindicato de Hackers Españoles, con Wendigo, Trader, Raider y FutureMan, o Legion Oscura con Galahad, activo al menos desde 1996 según Internet Archive.
someone sent me a clean, and better English version of what I have down below.--- thanks
Fernandez has a wide range of skills, which he brings to bear on the problem of cyber security from a number of different angles: Software Programmer, Systems Architect, Network Engineer, Ethical Hacker, and of course Cyber Security Specialist.
His roots in the industry hark back to 1994, with his association with the seminal Spanish hacking collective BBK, where he went by the name ReK2WiLdS or ReK2. Growing up in Spain, he moved to the US at the age of 28, where he currently lives and works, having lived in Chicago, Boston, and San Francisco.
A strong believer in the concepts of freedom, liberty, and privacy in cyberspace, he has collaborated with several related organizations including the Free Software Foundation (FSF) and Electonic Frontier Foundataion (EFF), and was the co-creator of Binary Freedom, a digital rights advocate group which operated between 2004 and 2009.
As a developer, he has been involved with FLOSS (Free, Libre and Open Source Software) since its early days in 1997, and working on high visibility projects such as the KDE Desktop. He's also been involved in lectures in which include LinuxWorld Boston and an Ethical Hacker Workshop in a popular Barcelona maker/hacker space.
On a personal level, Fernandez enjoys soccer, MMO pvp games, and a variety of music including Electronic Industrial music, Spanish Punk Rock, Spanish Pop and Spanish Rock.
Fernandez also known as ReK2WiLdS or ReK2 from the 1994 Spanish hacking group BBK, has been involved with FLOSS (Free, Libre and Open Source Software) since the early days in 1997. He is a co-creator of Binary Freedom, a digital rights advocate group which operated between 2004 and 2009.
He has collaborated with organizations like the FSF and EFF, among others, in the pursuit of freedom, liberty and privacy in cyberspace.
Fernandez has a wide range of skills from Software Programmer, Systems Architect, Network Engineer to Cyber Security Specialists and ethical hacker. He participated in the gNewSense GNU/Linux project, porting the KDE desktop and naming it kgNewSense. He's also participated in and orchestrated lectures which include LinuxWorld Boston and an Ethical Hacker Workshop in a popular Barcelona maker/hacker space.
Fernandez was born in Barcelona, Spain, grow up in Alicante, also Spain. At the age of 28 he transferred himself to the US, and has live in Chicago, Boston and San Francisco. has travel to many parts of the world, mostly other hispanic/latin countries around Europe and America(continent)
Fernandez, enjoys world football(soccer), MMO pvp games, Electronic Industrial music, Spanish Punk Rock and Spanish pop/rock and of course overall computer security, he is very much since young age into social justice activism, digital rights and privacy. He was a bboy(BreakDancer) in the late 80's to later on continue representing hip hop in the 90's been an active graffiti artists in Spain.
Fernandez was very influenced growing up in Spain in red and black anarcho-communism and anarcho-sindicalisim ideas, now a day he considers himself an anarcho-hacker or libertarian-socialist. Putting most of the old ideas into perspective of a new digital world(cyberpunk political reference just to name one)