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Linux Explored: Learn to Control This Powerful Operating System With 7 Courses for $20

posted by Mark Myerson - 5.19.21

Windows and macOS may be the most common desktop operating systems found in offices around the world. But when it comes to specialties like cybersecurity or running servers, Linux has the upper hand. 

If you would like to master this operating system, The Mastering Linux Development Bundle has seven courses packed full of useful content. The training is worth $1,400 in total, but you can get this bundle today for just $19.99 in a special deal for Hannity viewers — that’s just under $3 per course.

Unlike Windows and macOS, the Linux operating system is open source — meaning that it’s a community project. This flexibility makes the system totally free and more secure than its rivals. In this bundle, you learn how to exploit everything Linux has to offer. Through 364 video lessons, you will discover how to install and take full control of the operating system.

The beginner-friendly training courses start with a tour of Linux, with tutorials showing you how to add software and configure settings. You also learn about Kali Linux, a security-focused variant of the main operating system that’s used by cybersecurity professionals like penetration testers and bug bounty hunters.

From there, the training walks you through a range of useful skills. You learn how to dive under the hood with command line scripts and automations, while the Secure Shell is useful for aspiring engineers.

Meanwhile, the other courses look at the fundamentals of cybersecurity and how to install Linux as a virtual machine on your Windows PC.

Every course in this bundle is rated at 4 stars or more, and the training comes from instructors like John Elder — a pioneer in web development.

Order today for just $19.99 to get lifetime access to all seven courses.

 

The Mastering Linux Development Bundle – $19.99

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Keep Your Home Fresh With This $45 Odor-Eating Device, Inspired by NASA

posted by Mark Myerson - 3.17.21

Air freshener is usually kinder on the senses than smelly shoes are. However, these scents only mask unwanted odors.

VentiFresh ECO is a device that actually captures and destroys bad smells, using NASA-inspired technology. It normally retails for $72, but you can grab it today for just $44.99 in a special deal for Hannity viewers.

In space, no-one can hear you scream. You can’t easily avoid bad odor, either. For this reason, NASA developed technology to keep the International Space Station smelling fresh.

You can find the same photocatalyst technology inside VentiFresh ECO. This innovative device is small enough to be placed anywhere, yet powerful enough to keep your entire home free from foul fragrance.

It works by grabbing the particles that we perceive as odor. A UV catalyst core then decomposes these particles through natural photosynthesis. With the VentiFresh ECO, you’re not hiding bad smells — they are truly gone forever. 

The device works on pretty much any household odor you can name. You can place it next to problem areas,  including diaper bins, cat litter trays, shoe cabinets, and refrigerators. It measures just 2.48 x 2 inches, and it takes power from any USB outlet. 

VentiFresh ECO was funded to 388% on Indiegogo, and Engadget calls it, “A sure shot solution to make the home environment odor-free.” 

Excited about the tech aspect? So are the folks at E27: “It’s like having a piece of the International Space Station right in your home.”

Order today for just $44.99 to add this impressive gadget to your home, and save 37% on the MSRP. 

More than one problem area? You can grab a VentiFresh ECO two-pack for $85.99, which is $58 off the retail price.

 

VentiFresh ECO: Next Generation Odor Eliminator – $44.99

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Apple Deal: Pick Up a Refurbished Mac Mini Desktop Computer for Just $330 Today

posted by Mark Myerson - 4.19.21

Apple Mac computers are known for three things: great usability, beautiful design, and premium prices. However, they aren’t always super expensive, especially if you don’t mind buying a refurbished product. By buying refurbished, you can get your hands on a product that works like new at a mere fraction of the cost.

The Apple Mac Mini Core i5 2.5GHz is a powerful desktop machine with a small footprint. It was originally priced at $599. But in a special deal for Hannity viewers, you can pick up a Grade A refurbished model for just $329.99 — that is 44% off the MSRP.

Measuring just 7.7 inches along each side, the Mac Mini is way smaller than most desktop computers. In spite of these minimal dimensions, it provides impressive specs. This version has an Intel i5 processor and 4GB of RAM to help you browse the web and get things done. The internal hard drive offers 500GB of storage space for files, while the processor’s integrated HD Graphics 4000 can handle videos and games.

One major selling point of the Mac Mini is connectivity. Its built-in Wi-Fi offers wireless connectivity; alternatively, you can hit top speed via the 10/100/1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet port. You also have four USB 3.0 ports for hooking up accessories, along with Thunderbolt, HDMI, Firewire 800, and audio ports.

You can use the Mac Mini with any display, mouse, and keyboard. It works perfectly as a small machine for your office, an entertainment center, or a computer for the kids. And by buying refurbished, you can own an expensive piece of Apple tech for a lot less.

Order today for just $329.99 to grab a refurbished model today and save over $269 on the full price.

 

Apple Mac Mini “Core i5” 2.5GHz 4GB RAM 500GB HD -Silver (Refurbished) – $329.99

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