Pay What You Want for This Collection of White Hat Hacking Courses

Cyber Security

Whether you relish a mental challenge or fancy a six-figure paycheck, there are many good reasons to get into white hat hacking. That said, picking up the necessary knowledge to build a new career can seem like a daunting task. There is a lot to learn, after all.

To help you get started, The Hacker News Deals is currently running an eye-catching offer: pay what you want for one video course, and get another eight courses if you beat the average price paid.

Special Offer — For a limited time, name your price for one cybersecurity course and beat the average price paid to get lifetime access to nine courses. The full bundle is worth $1,668!

With thousands of unfilled positions, white hat hacking is a lucrative and exciting career path. This bundle provides a solid introduction to the world of penetration testing and general cybersecurity, with over 65 hours of intensive training.

Through concise video tutorials, you learn how to secure your own machine with Kali Linux and pinpoint vulnerabilities in a range of systems: websites, apps, networks, databases, and more.

Along the way, you pick up knowledge of various real-world attacks — from authentication and session management to access controls and data stores.

The training also covers techniques such as social engineering, keylogging, using virtual machines, and passive information gathering. You even discover how to craft software that is completely undetectable.

All the content comes from top-rated sources, like LearnPentest. This collective of ethical hackers has over seven years of professional experience in the industry, and they hold top certifications like OSCP, LPT, C|EH, CISSP, and OSCE.

To start your hacking education, pay whatever you want for Rootkits & Stealth Apps: Creating & Revealing 2.0. If you beat the average price listed on the deal page, you will get access to the full bundle, worth $1,668.

Prices subject to change.

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