Hacking is illegal. Ethical hacking, on the other hand, can be legal. But that doesn't mean you can just go and hack into any system you want and expect a reward. Learning to be a white hat hacker means learning the tools and the rules – this course covers it all.
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Cyber Security White Hat Hacking v10 FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Ethical hacking, or white hat hacking, is a set of specific skills that can be used by many IT professionals – but especially cybersecurity professionals. This course might be too challenging for brand new IT professionals, but it's a good fit for cybersecurity professionals with a few years of experience.
Yes, this white hat hacking course was designed to help learners as they prepare for the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker program's certification exam. This course wasn't modeled directly on the certification exam, but you'll gain hands-on proficiency in the same material that you'll find on the CEH exam.
Once you've finished this course, you'll probably want to consider earning the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification from EC-Council. The EC-Council is one of the world's leaders in certifying white hat hackers who go on to be hired by companies to sniff out vulnerabilities and protect their networks.
The skills of an ethical hacker aren't limited to just what tools to use. There are important questions around legality, getting hired, and avoiding ethical problems that this course covers. At the same time, it gives you hands-on experience with the software, hardware and tools that make ethical hacking possible.