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Digital Offers: Become a certified hacker for only $59

As the online landscape grows and changes, so does the requirement for security. One tried and true way of testing security is to crack through it, after all, it's easier to know what needs to be fixed once something breaks through. Believe it or not, this is actually a job known as ethical hacking, and the people who can do such tasks, they are in high demand. Companies, especially ones that work primarily online, would rather have someone on payroll breaching through their security than someone with bad intentions.
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