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Free Edition Upgrades for all our IT Security training courses until end of November 2015

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This November, develop your offensive and defensive skills in network security, web app security, mobile app security, and software reverse engineering. Enroll into any of our exciting online IT security training courses and you will be upgraded to the next better Edition at no additional cost!

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Sneaky MITM Attack – Solutions

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Hi everyone,

On October 20th, we at eLearnSecurity presented a webinar titled: Sneaky Man in the Middle Attack Exposed.

We had a lot of people attending with many enthusiastic comments and interesting questions. Thanks to everyone who made it!

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Nothing to Hide – You can now test all our training courses before you enroll!

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Would you buy a car without doing a test drive first? Probably not. Today eLearnSecurity raises the bar in IT Security training again as we offer a free test-drive of every course before you enroll. Test-drive these hands-on training courses by clicking the link below. You will be redirected to the page where you can request for a demo access of the corresponding course!

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12 Questions with eLearnSecurity Founder, Armando Romeo

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Every pentester starts somewhere. Those who are interested to start a career in IT Security, it’s good to learn from professionals who have been in the industry for a considerable amount of time. We had an opportunity to chat with Armando Romeo, CEO and Founder of eLearnSecurity, where he shared his thoughts and opinions about penetration testing, hacking, and cyber security.

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3 Common Security Mistakes Mobile App Developers Make and How to Fix Them

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Following our blogpost last week about Brute Force vulnerability that affects over 600 million smartphones, we asked IT Security Researcher, Francesco Stillavato, about his thoughts on common security mistakes that mobile application developers make and how to fix them.

Security is a very important feature and should not be taken for granted when developing mobile apps.

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