Joined 23 months ago from Toronto
This is a new age we live in. One of ever growing technology. Every company and their dog has a website these days. There's a new job market emerging, one you can become a part of. Web developer??? *pfft* have some imagination. Try Ethical Hacker.
Now I bet I just lost some of you there. But Jacob, isn't hacking illigal? Only if you're doing wrong. You see, companies want their sites to be secure. So how do they protect their them? They hire ethical hackers.
What exactly do ethical hackers do? well that's exactly what I will be writing about. I want to cover the top web vulnerabilities and how to test for them, and of course get paid in the process.
DISCLAIMER: You should never, NEVER, hack anything you don't have permission to. It can be a felony offense.
23 months ago
Ethical Hacking can be an exciting career, it requires you to constantly learn. I want to give you useful resources as well as teach you how to find your own.
23 months ago
The first steps in to entering the world of ethical hacking, what are bug bounties, where to go, what to do and how to make money. Do you need to know how to code? No. Is it all Free? Yes.
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