TLDR: The All-In-One 2021 Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Bundle includes 18 courses packed with techniques for spotting hackers and protecting vulnerable systems.
Electronic Arts is one of the world’s biggest game publishers, but that doesn’t mean the publisher of Battlefield, FIFA, and The Sims is safe from hackers, who announced they stole source codes and vast stores of user information recently. Meanwhile, the U.S. government says they’ve successfully recovered most of the ransom money paid to Russian hackers who compromised the critical Colonial Pipeline earlier this year.
And after being told they were virtually impregnable, there’s now fear that ultra-secure cryptocurrency wallets may not be as safe as thought and could soon become prime hacker targets.
There’s no IT discipline more vital than security and the abilities of ethical hackers. In The All-in-One 2021 Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Bundle ($42.99, over 90 percent off, from TNW Deals), learners get a full introduction to the art of finding and stopping hackers as well as crafting systems immune from crippling cyberattacks.
There’s a lot of ground to cover in a subject as vast as web security, which is why this collection sports a booming 18 courses packed with more than 130 hours of training in all things cyber protection.
Following some background training in core programming disciplines like Python, the majority of this bundle is an expansive ocean of security study, with training in important tools like Metasploit, Burp, BitNinja and more.
Of course, knowing how to use those tools makes all the difference, so further coursework offers students a hands-on approach for understanding nearly two dozen different hacking techniques, then using those tools in real-life scenarios flex your cybersecurity muscle, spot vulnerabilities, patch holes, combating hackers, and basically turn the system you protect into an absolute hacker no-fly zone.
While ethical hacker training is the core of this voluminous package, that’s not all that’s available in these courses. Learners will discover how to make their own pen testing tools, secure vulnerable wireless networks, or even become a bug bounty hunter, tracking system compromises for unaware companies for a price.
With each course usually running between $99 and $200, The All-in-One 2021 Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Bundle would usually set back students about $3,300. But right now, this giant cybersecurity package is available for a fraction of that price, just $42.99.
Prices are subject to change.