How to become an ethical hacker for less than $40

Get 160 hours of training at a staggering discount.

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With everyone from Yahoo! to Equifax suffering from enormous data breaches over the past few years, companies are investing heavily in cybersecurity. That means ethical hackers are having a field day. Ethical hackers are people who get paid to infiltrate corporate networks and computer systems in order to expose and patch security flaws. If that sounds like an interesting career to you, check out How to Hack from Beginner to Ethical Hacking Certification, now available in the PopSci Shop.

This massive bundle features eight courses and more than 160 hours of training on all things ethical hacking. Each course takes a comprehensive approach to the subject material, making it valuable for hackers of all experience levels. You’ll learn how to set up a lab, hack with Python and other programming languages, hack from a Raspberry Pi, and much, much more. All of the course material is designed to help you get on track to ace crucial ethical hacking certification exams that you’ll need to pass to start a career.

These eight courses would run you more than $1,600 if bought separately, but you can get them all together today for just $39.

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