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Unlock a career in ethical hacking with these five courses

  1. When it comes to keeping cybercriminals at bay, the best solution is to employ hackers who use the same skills for good. Commonly known as ethical hackers, these professionals are paid top-dollar for keeping private networks secure, and you can look into joining their ranks with the Computer Hacker Professional Certification Bundle, now on sale for $49.

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  2. QuantumPhysics

    QuantumPhysics TS Maniac Posts: 269   +174

    Ethical Hacking...

    Eventually you'll be approached by the Federal Government.

    Your mission: hack the databases of enemies of the US in order to cause chaos.
     
  3. Uncle Al

    Uncle Al TS Evangelist Posts: 4,448   +2,902

    Ethical Hacking
    Airline Food
    Military Music
    Government Intelligence

    They all sound the same, and smell about the same too!
     

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