If you’ve always loved computers and have a knack for communicating with them, you might want to consider a career in ethical hacking. Unlike the villains of movies, ethical hackers use their extreme knowledge of computers to stop unethical hackers in their tracks, or even prevent them from executing an attack in the first place. Learn all about the exciting (and job-secure) world of ethical hacking in this 2020 Ethical Hacking Certification Bundle.
This online training will show you what it takes to get certified through eight focused courses in various areas of cybersecurity. Over 1,900 students have already enrolled and left positive reviews like, “definitely worth the purchase” and “I loved the step-by-step teaching method and how the instructor guides you through the process.”
If you’re even just a little bit curious, it’s worth diving headfirst into the All-In-One Hacking Guide: From Zero to Hero. This entire education is designed for beginners, and this particular course is the ultimate starting point. It will teach you about footprinting, reconnaissance, scan networks, system hacking, and how to discover vulnerabilities.
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The rest of the bundle covers exciting curriculum like PenTesting with OWASP ZAP, WordPress Hacking and Hardening in Simple Steps, Server Security with BitNinja, Web Penetration Tester, CompTIA PenTest+, and a CompTIA CySA+ Cybersecurity Analyst Prep Course.
The 2020 Premium Ethical Hacking Certification Bundle covers a total of 417 lessons and is typically offered for $1,600, but today that price is reduced 96% so you can score the whole package for just $59.99.
Prices subject to change.
BIDEN: ‘Farmers, Dealing with Be Able to Put Land in Banks… Chickens and Poultry and All the Manure’
Former Vice President Joe Biden launched into a bizarre rant about “chicken manure” during CNN’s televised town hall event Thursday night; telling a regional potato farmer to “put her land in banks.”
“Over-regulation puts an extreme burden on small and family-owned farms and is a contributing factor to many farms going out of business. Policies during the Obama administration threatened to increase that regulation,” said one audience member.
“As farmers, dealing with, be able to put land in land banks, and you get paid to do that. To provide for the ability to be able to be in a position that we are going to pay you for planting certain crops that absorb carbon from the air,” said Biden.
“As it relates to if you’re talking about fertilizer and water tables, that’s a different thing. Chickens, and chicken and poultry and all the manure that’s a consequence of chickens,” he added. “We found out you can pelletize this and take out the methane so you’re in a position to use that.”
Watch the strange exchange above.
DELUSIONAL DE BLASIO: NYC Has ‘Set a Gold Standard’ in Re-Opening Schools, Praises ‘Heroic’ Efforts
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio defended his administration’s handling of the Coronavirus pandemic and school re-opening plan on MSNBC Friday; saying his office has set the “gold standard” in fighting the contagion.
“What were you guys doing all summer? Why did all of this just dawn on you now? asked the MSNBC host.
“Look, all summer long we’ve been preparing… So much work was done over the summer. We set the global gold standard for what it would take to bring back schools!” said de Blasio. “You’re talking about constant cleaning.”
.@NYCMayor De Blasio brags of NYC’s shambolic attempts at reopening schools: “We set literally a gold standard”; “only reason” we’re talking about opening them at all is thanks to the "heroic" steps we took to stop Covid pic.twitter.com/RW5TvIZFQM
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) September 18, 2020
“It takes a lot of work. Staffing is something we realize; we have to add more. Schools are re-opening in New York City. There are more and more people coming back to work. Things are happening in this city,” he added.
Watch De Blasio’s comments above.