Mohit (also known as Mohit Raj) is an application developer and Python programmer, with a keen interest in the field of information security. He has done his bachelor of technology in computer science from Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, and master of engineering (2012) in computer science from Thapar University, Patiala. He has written a thesis as well as a research paper on session hijacking, named COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SESSION HIJACKING ON DIFFERENT OPERATING SYSTEMS, under the guidance of Dr Maninder Singh. He has also done the CCNA and Certified Ethical Hacking course from EC-Council (CEH) and has procured a CEH certification. He has published his article, How to disable or change web-server signature, in the eForensics magazine in December 2013. He has published another article on wireless hacking, named Beware: Its Easy to Launch a Wireless Deauthentication Attack! in Open Source For You in July 2014. He is also a certified Certified Security Analyst (ECSA). He has been working in IBM India for more than 2 years. He is also a freelance professional trainer for CEH and Python in CODEC Networks. Apart from this, he is familiar with Red Hat and CentOS Linux to a great extent, and also has a lot of practical experience of Red Hat. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.