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Here's how you can learn to be a hacker

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These days, no one is safe from the threat of cyber attacks—even high-profile tech CEOs like Mark Zuckerberg have been compromised over the last few months. While the perpetrators of today's high-profile attacks are often shrouded in mystery, the core concepts and techniques they use are well known, not too complicated to learn, and can help you protect yourself or build a lucrative career protecting others from cyber threats.

If you're interested in picking up this useful, fun, and in-demand skill, you can get this comprehensive Ethical Hacker Training Bundle , featuring over 60 hours of hands-on training, for just $49—over 90 percent off its normal price.

Here's what's included:

  • Ethical Hacking for Beginners ($99 value)
  • Ethical Hacking from Beginner to Advanced Techniques ($30)
  • Learn The Basics of Ethical Hacking & Penetration Testing ($50)
  • WebSecNinja: Lesser Known WebAttacks ($99)
  • Automated Mobile Application Security Assessment with MobSF ($49)
  • Build an Advanced Keylogger Using C++ for Ethical Hacking ($199)
  • Linux Security & Hardening: The Practical Security Guide ($20)
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks for Pentesters ($65)
  • How to Build a $120,000/Year Career as a Web Penetration Tester ($70)
This bundle will give you a comprehensive overview of ethical hacking, from core concepts and fundamentals to advanced techniques like keylogging, penetration testing, and Linux-specific system security. After completing the included courses, you'll be a competent cyber-security pro with the skills needed to protect yourself or your employer from cyber attacks.

Get the Ethical Hacker Training Bundle at GDGT Deals today for over 90 percent off retail value—just $49.

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