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Do you feel that informatics is indispensable in today's increasingly digital world? Do you want to introduce yourself to the world of hacking? Do you want to have a head start in the job market by learning some of the most important future skills? If the answer to these questions is yes, then keep reading... Your customers never stop to use this book!
Maybe you feel that Ethical Hacking will be a very valuable skill in the future, or maybe you simply think you'll have fun.
If you want to teach yourself actual hacking (not just copy pasting a virus or a similar non-industry kind of hacking), then this is the book for you!
First of all, we'll need to look at what an ethical hacker actually is. This book is filled with reasons why you should learn ethical hacking, as well as a few helpful tutorials to help you learn in the quickest way.
This book assumes no programming knowledge at the start, so we'll be teaching you from the ground up.
After all, you can't really teach yourself all that well if you don't have the fundamentals set.
Ethical hacking can be, and for many people is, an extremely lucrative career to be enjoyed.
The first thing you probably think of when you hear the word hackers is a criminal that works via the Internet. However, this book is here to teach you that there's more to it than meets the eye.
Within these pages, you'll find a true trove of information and learn not only the raw theory, but also some practical applications.
Here's a sneak peek of what you'll learn with this book:
What Ethical Hacking is (roles and responsibilities of an Ethical Hacker)
Hacking as a career
Making money freelance
Most common security tools
The three ways to scan your system
The seven proven penetration testing strategies
...and much more.
Arm yourself with all this knowledge!
Buy it NOW and let your customers get addicted to this amazing book!
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Fler böcker av Zach Codings
ZACH CODINGS was born in Seattle in 1975. He is one of the world's leading experts in computer science and cybersecurity.
Since childhood, Zach has always loved computers, which were much less evolved than today's machines. He was self-taught and wrote his first program when he was only 14 years old. It was a simple game but making it at that time was not easy!
Thanks to his resourcefulness, he was noticed by the high school's computer science professor, who immediately recognized his talent. Through his teachings, he quickly learned the basics of computer science. He became increasingly passionate about the world of computers.
During his college he began to take an interest in cybersecurity.
After graduating with top grades, he worked hard to create an innovative security system, which he still distributes today through his computer company.
Zach runs his cybersecurity company and contributes to the digital security of hundreds of his customers.
The author's mission is to help beginners worldwide master the art of programming and fascinate even the youngest to the beautiful computer science world.
Zach sees programming languages as an accurate means of creative expression that can provide excellent personal and professional satisfaction if well mastered.
Chapter 1: What is Ethical Hacking?
Chapter 2: Hacking as a Career
Chapter 3: Making Money Freelance
what is freelancing? the pros and cons of going freelance
how to start freelancing: i have experience, now what? i have no experience, what do i do?
Chapter 4: The Three Hats
Chapter 5: Ethical Hacking Explained
Chapter 6: How to Scan Your System
Chapter 7: Penetration Testing
Chapter 8: Most Common Security Tools
Chapter 9: The Nature of the Work
what will you be doing most of the time?
what are the common assumptions that people make about the line of work?
how many hours a day are you going to work?
are there any tips and shortcuts that can help you out in the job?
are there any things you can do to stand out from the rest of the white hats?
what about the job is the worst part and how can you deal with things like that?
where is the enjoyment in the job? what makes it so attractive?
clients and general advice
is there anything that you would like your clients to know before looking for your help?
how much can you make while doing this job?
how does one advance in this field?
what do clients tend to overvalue or undervalue?
what is the most important thing to remember?