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Monday, December 09, 2019

This Trending Career May Be The Best Side Hustle In Tech

It’s no secret that web security is more top-of-mind now than ever before. And in the world of web security, a white hat hacker is often the last line of defense between safe operations and malicious digital criminals. So if you want to enter a highly in-demand career in digital security, you need a comprehensive background in white hat hacking, the art of deliberately attacking a system to find its weaknesses and fix them before it’s too late.

Why pursue this career? Not only are full-time positions in-demand, but white hat hacking is a great skill for making major cash on the side.You can acquire the tools to handle that job with a White Hat Hacker 2017 course bundle – and right now in the National Memo Store, you can pay any price you want to get it.

By paying any total at all, you’ll immediately get access to two pentesting courses: Python For Android Hacking Crash Course: Trojan Perspective, using Python skills to plug holes in Android apps; and Wi-Fi Hacking with Kali, a popular web hacking tools that’ll help you seal up cracks in your network’s security web.

If you pay anything over the average amount paid by other bundle customers, you’ll get an additional six courses, too. Password cracking, debuggers, shellcodes, cryptography, firewalls…you’ll learn about it all as you identify and neutralize threats that can cripple unsecured systems. This package is a nearly $1,300 value, so move on this limited time offer now to get all this hacker training for pennies on the dollar.

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