Pay What You Want for this White Hat Hacker 2017 Bundle

Today's highlighted deal comes via our Online Courses section of the Neowin Deals store, where you can Pay What You Want for the White Hat Hacker 2017 Bundle. These 63 hours of training, in the most up-to-date security tools and practices, can earn you a new career.

What's the deal?

With the Pay What You Want bundles, you can get something incredible for as little as you want to pay. And if you beat the average price, you’ll receive the fully upgraded bundle! Included in this Pay What You Want deal, are the following courses:

The following courses require a minimum of the average price:

  • The Complete Ethical Hacking Course for 2016-2017
    Get Up to Date with the Newest Developments In Ethical Hacking Technology
  • Learn Ethical Hacking From Scratch
    Protect Yourself & Your Systems from All Kinds of Security Threats​

  • Networks From Scratch to Advanced Implementation
    Learn How to Get Paid to Implement & Maintain Networks

  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional
    Immerse Yourself in Practice Materials for the CISSP, One of the Top Security Certifications on Earth

  • Information Security Management Fundamentals
    Learn How to Protect Yourself & Corporate Information from Hackers

  • Web Security: Common Vulnerabilities & Their Mitigation
    Identify & Destroy Security Threats, & Learn Best Internet Security Practices

Pay What You Want for these two unlocked courses:

  • Python For Android Hacking Crash Course: Trojan Perspective
    Discover How to Test Android Security with Python

  • Wi-Fi Hacking with Kali
    Come to Grips with One of the Most Popular Ethical Hacking Tools Around

What's the benefit?

  • The bundle represents an overall retail value of $1,271
  • But you can Pay What You Want for the two unlocked courses (as little as $1)
  • Beat the average price of $18.61 and you'll take home the entire bundle.

Qualify for the giveaway!

Beat the Leader's price and get entered into the epic giveaway—plus get featured on the Leaderboard! Make it onto the leaderboard at ANY point during the sale and gain one entry to the giveaway!

Save even more!

Stick with Neowin Deals and earn credit or even deeper discounts.

  • For every $25 spent, you get $1 credit added to your Neowin Deals account.
  • Refer the deal for $10 credit via social media or email and if it results in a purchase of at least $10, you'll get $10 credit added to your account.
  • 10% off for first-time buyers: be sure not to dismiss the popup offer to subscribe to email updates on the deals page in order to profit!

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Miscellany and the fine print!

We want you to be happy with every course you purchase! If you're unsatisfied for any reason, we will issue a store credit refund within 15 days of purchase.

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