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Learn How To Hack And Secure IT Systems – For Under $50

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeWith news breaking all the time about the latest cyber security breaches to compromise business, personal, and even government systems both big and small, it’s easy to get the impression that IT security is a purely defensive game. However, the best ethical hackers play plenty of offense as well, using a forward-thinking approach to identify threats and neutralize them before they become major threats.

You can join the international effort to secure the web from cyber-terrorism with the training of the Super-Sized Ethical Hacking course bundle, on sale right now for just $43 (over 90 percent off) from The National Memo Store.

This package may seem intimidating at first, packing in over 78 hours of instruction across nine mammoth courses, but once you jump in, even as a pure IT security novice, you’ll quickly understand the terms, tools and methods you’ll need to become a full-service ethical hacker.

After working your way through the introductory courses (Ethical Hacking From Scratch to Advanced Techniques, Learn Social Engineering From Scratch, Complete WiFi and Network Ethical Hacking Course 2017 and Cyber Security Volume I: Hackers Exposed), you’ll be ready to move up to more complex operations to help better identify external threats, beat them back, and refortify your security to make sure similar vulnerabilities don’t happen again.

From there, you’ll move on to actual hands on work using the most powerful pentesting tools in a hacker’s arsenal (Ethical Hacking Using Kali Linux From A to Z, Learn Website Hacking and Penetration Testing From Scratch and Hands on, Interactive Penetration Testing & Ethical Hacking). You’ll also work on the knowledge you need to ace the industry-recognized CompTIA certification exam (CompTIA Security + Exam Preparation). This training is even thinking about your bottom line, with ways to get in and start making money immediately with your newfound skills (Bug Bounty: Web Hacking).

The IT security ranks swell every day and you can be a part of that surge with comprehensive training for a limited time – at more than 90 percent off, to boot!

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Three Everyday Carry Accessories To Add To Your Keychain — Up To 25 Percent Off

Keychains are… well, keychains. You don’t think much about ‘em, really. They hold your keys in place, they slip into your pocket without notice, they serve their role and you go about your day.

But that’s selling the keychain short. That constant traveling companion can offer so much more than life as a simple key sherpa. We thought long and hard about this at The National Memo Store and we’ve come up with some ideas – all accompanied with big discounts, of course – that may make you rethink exactly what your keychain could and should be.

Key Safe

Why should a keychain simply hold keys? Key Safe says it doesn’t have to. Just hook this tough steel cylinder to your ring and you’ve got a safe, secure compartment to store cash, medication, sentimental things — basically, any small object you want to keep a constant eye on. It’s waterproof and it comes in sleek black or stainless steel varieties.

Buy now: Key Safe is 10% off the $19.95 MSRP right now, for only $17.95.

Beta-QR Quick Release Keychain Flashlight

Another perfect accessory for the wannabe Boy Scout who endeavors to be ready for anything. This aluminum casing keychain LED flashlight is several times more powerful than a much bigger D-cell-driven Mag-Lite — yet runs off a standard AAA battery and clips effortlessly to your ring. When you’re ready to use it, it’s got a quick release feature to quickly detach it from the ring — not to mention high color rendering light that throws back maximum color visibility without natural daylight. Did we mention it’s also super-small?

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Buy now: Quit fumbling around the dark with this bad boy, now also 10 percent off at $52.99.

Orbitkey 2.0 with Multitool

Save the key swarms for the janitor. Step up to a more refined, more functional keychain with this stylish key organizer. The Orbitkey 2.0 holds up to 7 keys efficiently with a canvas and leather build that looks as cool as it is sturdy and durable. Best of all, it comes with a multi-tool that serves as a bottle opener, box cutter, hex wrench, screwdriver and file. Ruthless functionality within an economy of space… what more could you ask for?

Buy now: With this limited time deal, the Orbitkey is available now for only $34.90, a 25% discount.

For a limited time, you can use code BYESUMMER for an additional 15% off these great deals and more. Shop our summer blowout sale here. (Thru September 4th.)

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Browse In True Privacy For Less Than $1 A Week

HBO is currently embroiled in headaches after hackers assaulted their systems and swiped Game of Thrones scripts, unaired TV episodes, and scads of internal company documents. If an entertainment giant like HBO isn’t safe, how does a little guy like you protect yourself against cyber-predators stalking across the interwebs?

With rock solid, battle-tested security coverage, of course. In the virtual private network (VPN) arena, few names are as trusted as industry leader Private Internet Access — so defend your online activities with a two-year PIA subscription for only $59.95 (63 percent off its regular price) from The National Memo Store.

PC Magazine has PIA among its elite Editors’ Choice picks for good reason. Whether you’re connected through a home network or on a sketchy public WiFi hub, PIA offers an iron-clad secure connection that holds any cyberthieves, government snoops, or intrusive friends and family from getting into your private information.

With more than 3,300 servers in 31 regions around the globe, you’ll always have access to fast service speeds and data encryption based on the ultra-secure Blowfish CBC algorithm. Your service will block unwanted connections, get around geo-locking content restrictions and crush ads, trackers and other malware through its cool new MACE feature on up to five devices.

The price breaks down to a ridiculously low $2.50 per month, so jump on this limited time offer now.

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Learn How To Get Employed As An Ethical Hacker — For Less Than $40

Hacking and cyber-terrorism continue to dominate the news and may ultimately even help topple a presidency. With stakes like those, it’s not hard to see where acquiring the skills to be an ethical hacker could open up a world of job possibilities for anyone interested in stopping malicious cyber threats for a living.

You can start that training to join the front lines of the web’s most important fight with this Ethical Hacking A to Z training, which you get for only $39 (over 90 percent off) from The National Memo Store.

Across eight courses featuring more than 45 hours of instruction, you’ll learn how to break into the ethical hacking field by exploring basic to advanced skills — all the components you’ll eventually need to land a job and succeed in this high-stakes world.

Rather than focusing on the cold academics, these courses actually take a hands-on approach to teaching you the ins and outs of being a cybersecurity professional.

From a comprehensive understanding of penetration testing (as well as how to do it on your own) to spotting computer and network attacks (even automated attacks), to building your own tools for spotting system vulnerabilities and fixing them, you’ll cover the most important aspects of IT security with practical examples to help put your learning into practice.

You’ll even learn how to hack and secure Android smartphones and tablets, adding a unique and valuable skill to your resume.

This security training package would normally cost almost $1,300, so grab it now for just $39 before this offer expires.

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