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This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  thewind 3 years ago.

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    knack
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    I am a web designer/developer and I want to learn how to keep the websites i create and maintain as safe as possible from attacks, and know what to do if they are attacked. I went through the course listing but I wasn’t to clear to me exactly what would be the best course(s) to achieve my goal. Can you recommend which course(s)? thank you.

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    vipinpatel
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    I think you should take penetration testing and ethical hacking course if you take this course first then you will have an idea how hacker attack in website so you will be able to take an appropriate measures to protect your website

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    knack
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    thank you, I’ll check it out.

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    thewind
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    I think you can firsly know how data can be move to one place for another in the network to have clair idea on it, you can take a look for “tcp/ip”. after that you can now look for penetration testing and ethical hacking course to have more idea on how hacker hack web application. after that you can also look for nessus course to learn how to scan your web application

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