Here's how you can become an ethical hacker for $39

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These days, it seems like you can't go more than a few weeks without hearing about another high profile cyber-attack. As cybersecurity continues to become more important in our daily lives, those who understand the concepts and techniques hackers use can make a lucrative career protecting others from cyber threats.

The Ethical Hacking A to Z Bundle features 8 courses and over 45 hours of immersive, hands-on instruction to help you break into a career as an ethical hacker. The combined value of all courses is over $1,200, but Engadget readers can get it today for just $39 - over 90 percent off.

Here's what's included:

  • Ethical Hacker Bootcamp for 2017 ($195 value)
  • A to Z Ethical Hacking Course ($200)
  • Learn Burp Suite for Advanced Web Penetration Testing ($159)
  • Complete Ethical Hacking / Penetration Testing Course ($270)
  • Intro to Ethical Hacking Certification ($99)
  • Real World Hacking & Penetration Testing ($180)
  • Learn Kali Linux & Hack Android Mobile Devices ($80)
  • Learn Hacking/Penetration Testing Using Android From Scratch ($90)

This bundle will give you a comprehensive overview of ethical hacking, from core concepts and fundamentals to advanced techniques like keylogging, penetration testing, and Linux-specific system security—essentially everything you need to know to become a competent cyber-security pro. It's just $39 today at GDGT Deals—that price is sure to jump back up soon, so don't miss out.

Check out these other popular offers from GDGT Deals:

  • Get a lifetime to Zoog VPN for just $39.99
  • Ace 3 globally respected IT security exams with this training bundle for just $41
  • Get the CUJO Smart Internet Security Firewall for just $225

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