Five years on, John McClane’s security nightmare is not so sci-fi.
Diligence and gritty determination may have helped Eugene Kaspersky become one of the software world’s most successful entrepreneurs, but there’s one thing the antivirus king can’t bear: Die Hard 4.0.
“I watched the movie for 20 minutes, then pressed pause, got a cigarette and a glass of Scotch. To me it was really scary: they were talking about real scenarios. It was like a user guide for cyber terrorists. I hated that movie,” the flamboyant Russian entrepreneur says.