Ethical hackers, also known as "white hats," help organizations (with their permission!) detect system and network vulnerabilities that a malicious hacker could potentially exploit. Once identified, ethical hackers provide documentation on how to resolve these issues so that organizations can better protect their systems and improve their security. Ethical hacking disciplines include such techniques as scanning, enumeration, denial of service (DoS) attacks, session hijacking, and SQL injections. On this page you'll find links to ethical hacking resources to help you develop skills as an ethical hacker, in order to advance your career.
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Hacking Your Company: Ethical Solutions to Defeat Cyber Attacks
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