Have you ever wondered how to become a hacker? How are the bad guys breaching organizations and not getting caught? Okay, maybe you’ve seen some videos online but the truth is the only way you’ll learn how to hack is by getting hands on experience. And the only way you can get hands on experience is if you have a lab. That’s why I’ve built the best online course on the internet for learning how to hack.
Check out my free tutorials on hacking here:
- Setting up Kali Linux (Part 1/3)
- Setting up Kali Linux (Part 2/3)
- Setting up Kali Linux (Part 3/3)
- Fun with CUPP and Medusa in Kali Linux (Part 1/3)
- Fun with CUPP and Medusa in Kali Linux (Part 2/3)
- Fun with CUPP and Medusa in Kali Linux (Part 3/3)
- How to use the Social Engineering Toolkit in Kali
- Cracking an Admin Windows Server 2012 password (Part 1/2)
- Cracking an Admin Windows Server 2012 password (Part 2/2)
- How to hack a Cisco switch with a CDP flooding attack
- How to launch a DHCP starvation attack against a Cisco router
- Wireshark Basics 101
- Powershell Basics 101
- How to tell if someone is hacking your Windows PC right now
The Weekend Pen-Testing Lab Creation Bootcamp is a hands-on 2 day rigorous course we’re you’ll not only learn the basic concepts about hacking but will actually build a complete virtual lab on your computer where you can hack websites and compromise workstations all without getting in trouble with the law. And you’ll be using the exact same tools the bad guys and penetration testers use to breach networks.
This is a step-by-step system for learning how to hack and it isn’t for everyone. But if you’re finally ready to take that next step and are serious about learning this stuff this course might be for you. Check out The Weekend Pen-Testing Lab Creation Bootcamp today.
It’s my newest course and I think you’re going to love it.
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