Here’s how you can get paid to hack into computer networks (yes, really)

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Ever wonder what it’s like to step into a hacker’s shoes? A career in web penetration testing might be right up your alley: Also known as “pen testers” and “ethical hackers,” these digital professionals get hired by a wide range of companies to comb web-based applications and networks for vulnerabilities  — legally, that is — in order to prevent major security breaches.

If you’re on the hunt for a new profession, there has never been a better time to become a pen tester.

Kickstart a cybersecurity career the smart way by enrolling in IT University’s How to Build a $120,000/Year Career as a Web Penetration Tester course, a 5.5-hour rundown of today’s most crucial ethical hacking techniques. 

Across 22 lectures, senior information security consultant and IT trainer Gabriel Avramescu will give you a step-by-step introduction to the entire pen testing process, teaching you how to uncover information on potential targeting and find weaknesses in apps. Lessons on topics such as authentication, session management, access controls, data stores, and other attack types will help you outsmart cybercriminals and stop hacks before they can happen.

Take advantage of the growing need for cybersecurity experts by enrolling in IT University’s Web Penetration Tester course ASAP, available for a limited time in the Mashable Shop for only $19 — a savings of 72%.

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