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Turn into a cyber security pro with this White Hat Hacker training… for any price you’d like

Turn into a cyber security pro with this White Hat Hacker training… for any price you’d like
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Hot deals courtesy of The Next Web. Hot deals courtesy of The Next Web.

White hat hackers are the superheroes of the web, protecting unsuspecting businesses and individuals from digital criminals bent on cyber-mayhem. Learn what it takes to safeguard your company or personal data with this White Hat Hacker 2016 bundle of courses. Best of all, you can get all this knowledge at any price you want to pay from TNW Deals.

Here’s how this works… just pay any price at all and you’ll instantly get access to two courses covering the ins and outs of penetration testing: Node.js Security: Pentesting and Exploitation and Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks for Pentesters. You’ll master essentials like how to do code reviews, run secure code, patch security holes, repel attacks, and much more.

But since that’s just the beginning of your hacker education, you’ll want to match or exceed the average price paid by other students like you. Then you’ll get materials for five more courses, each drilling into the deepest aspects of IT security:

  • The Complete Hacking Course: Go from Beginner to Advanced!
  • Learn Wi-Fi Hacking/Penetration Testing From Scratch
  • Windows Exploit Development Megaprimer
  • Intensive Ethical Hacking Series
  • Ultimate Wi-Fi Hacking and Security Series

Whether it’s understanding how wired networks function and executing attacks against them, or learning to tackle the security challenges of wireless technologies—you’ll have all the tools you need to protect and defend your vital systems.

This 60-hour set of courses retails for over $760, but you can now grab the entire package at a fraction of that price thanks to this limited time deal from TNW Deals.

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