Rahil Arora Personal Website


Hey there! Welcome to my personal website! :-)

My name is Rahil Arora. I am a Security Enthusiast, living and working in San Francisco Bay Area. I graduated from the Johns Hopkins Universty - Information Security Institute with a Master’s in Security Informatics. My primary areas of interest include Web Application Security, Network Security, and Cryptography. Email me to get more professional information (or to request my CV).


I love playing tennis! I also like to learn new languages (Spanish being my personal favorite - “Me encanta Español!”) and sometimes, I use phrases from different languages to impress (and annoy) my dearest friends. When I don’t feel like doing anything, I simply enjoy some good bollywood music with a cup of Masala Chai.

This Site

Built on Poole, based on Lanyon, powered by Jekyll and hosted on Github Pages.

This site is inspired by Daniel Miessler’s awesome website and is being used as a techinical blog on security related topics (views are my own). As a graduate student, I learned so many cool things from some very cool technical blogs out there. Now I feel that it’s time for me to make some contirbution to the security community as well. I’ll try to learn something new, once in a while, and will share it through this blog. I’ll also be using this site to share some very useful resources, which can be used to explore different areas of Computer Security.

Have questions or suggestions? Feel free to either comment below or email me or contact me on Twitter.

Thanks for reading!


This is my personal blog/website. The opinions or views expressed on this blog are mine and do not represent those of my current, or previous, employers. All content provided on this blog is for informational purposes only. I make no representation as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this blog and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.