Get the Certified White-Hat Hacker & Penetration Testing Course for only $9 for a limited time!

We have a deal for a course containing 24 lectures and 4.5 hours of content on how to become a certified white-hack hacker and to learn how to perform penetration testing. This course is normally priced at at $49, but is on sale for $9 for a limited time.

This course comes with a 15 day satisfaction guarantee. If you're unsatisfied for any reason, just contact Stackcommerce and they will issue a store credit within 15 days of purchase. Please note that certificates of completion and exam vouchers are not included.


With more evil hackers in cyberspace, more and more hero hackers are needed for protecting against potential attacks. Take the first step towards a lucrative and in-demand career--this course dives into recognizing network vulnerabilities and penetration testing to help you keep your website safe. 

  • Over 24 lectures and 4.5 hours of content
  • Understand & apply concepts to hack systems and networks
  • Grasp the concept of security paradigms
  • Act as a security and penetration testing consultant
  • Study network attacking & web exploitation techniques
  • Master commonly used tools such as Metaspoilt, Scapy, and WireShark

Check out the Certified White-Hat Hacker & Penetration Testing Course deal while it is available!

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