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Pay what you want for 65+ hours of ethical hacking training

The Ultimate White Hat Hacker 2018 Bundle is worth over $1,500, but you can get it today for a price you pick.
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12.06.17
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Despite the demand for skilled information security professionals, there's a massive deficit in the current talent pool. To help close that gap and start working towards a lucrative new career as an ethical hacker, the Ultimate White Hat Hacker 2018 Bundle includes 8 relevant courses to teach you the fundamentals. You can grab this collection from GDGT Deals right now for a pay-what-you-want price that fits your budget.

Throughout this expert training, you'll get introduced to penetration testing for apps, websites, and networks. You can learn how to harness the power of hacking tools like Metasploit and Kali Linux to search for vulnerabilities, and discover basic social engineering techniques to gain access to systems without needing a computer.

Here's what's included in the bundle:

  • Learn Hacking Windows 10 Using Metasploit From Scratch
  • Hack People, Systems and Mobile Devices
  • Web Application Penetration Testing Professional: WAPTP v3.1
  • From Zero to Hero in Web, Network and WiFi Hacking
  • Ethical Hacking Using Kali Linux From A to Z
  • Learn Website Hacking and Penetration Testing From Scratch
  • Cyber Security Volume II: Network Security
  • Ethical Hacking for Beginners

To get every course in the Ultimate White Hat Hacker 2018 Bundle, you just have to pick a price that's higher than the average. If you're strapped for cash, you can pay as low as $1 to get the Ethical Hacking for Beginners Course, and if you beat the leader, you get everything plus free entry into our giveaway. This collection is a great entry point into the field of cybersecurity, and you can enroll here.

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