About Daniel Assouline – Montreal…

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Born in Montreal, Canada in 1969.   Love the country, its people and our city.

I have since lived in Zaire (Congo now), Guadeloupe, France, USA and Mexico (in that order).   All pleasant experiences in their own rights.   Feel European in mind, North-American at heart.

I am a proud father of 4 children.   Retiring (as soon as I can possibly make that happen).  Enjoy the simple (and not simple) pleasures of life:   reading, boating, eating well and spending good moments with friends and family…

I have a real passion for the sea and thoroughly enjoy boating.   There’s nothing like spending a few weeks away from the internet, phone with the people who are close to me.  I have also recently discovered a new passion (dare I say talent?) for cooking.   I find myself buying cooking magazines, trying out new recipes, buying new kitchen knives (bought some really cool Japanese ones).   It’s been a lot of fun.

Favorite books:  The world of yesterday (Stefan Zweig), A brief history of nearly everything (Bill Bryson), Crime and Punishment (Fyodor Dostoyevsky).

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3 Comments

  1. Dan,

    I found your personal website because Adaware website tells me you are the CEO. Your latest blog at Adaware is from 2015. When I browse the website of Adaware and go to https://www.adaware.com/security-bulletin to see” the Adaware security bulletin provides up-to-date statistics and rankings of the latest malware threats detected by our team” my marketing heart cries. A publishing error can happen, but this HTML is displayed since I noticed it in May. A website with errors and dated news/dead blogs does not tell the story of a successful AV-company.

    Best Regards

    Kees

    Reply

    1. Hi Kees.
      Thanks for your note.
      The page seems to work for us here. Can you tell me which browser (and version) you are running? We’ll look into it right away. We appreciate you reaching out to us.
      On the rest, please let me know any suggestions we may have. The truth is that we are a small AV company that offers its product for free and we therefore have limited resources. We spend most of our monies on development and unfortunately have perhaps lagged on the marketing side. Point taken.
      Kind regards and my thanks,
      Daniel.

      Reply

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