Is Marcus Hutchins walking around with a target on his back? Yes and no, is the reply from the 22-year-old British computer expert.
“I find it’s hard to say. There are two sides to it. One part of me basically is telling me that the perpetrators are incompetent amateurs, and the other that they are very competent and are merely pretending to be amateurs,” Marcus Hutchins says.
Wearing a T-shirt, light blue jeans and black skate shoes and donning a boyish grin, which erupts before each sentence he utters, he looks nothing like someone, who managed to stop the spread of a global cyberattack two weeks ago. He points to Copenhagen City Hall. “That is probably the biggest building I’ve ever seen in my life,” he says.