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Top Answer:The feature I like the most are weekly boxes. They provide an excellent training ground for hacking, and most of all, they provide the widest range of possible topics.
Top Answer:The best part of Hack The Box is that even if you cannot afford it, you can play and learn for free. If you want to access some pay features, such as ProLabs, my advice is to understand which ProLabs… more »
Top Answer:My only complaint is regarding the ranking system. I find it really hard to jump from one level to another. To accomplish this, you need to have a long streak of completing boxes because even if you… more »
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Overview

Hack The Box is a leading gamified cybersecurity upskilling, certification, and talent assessment platform enabling individuals, businesses, government institutions, and universities to sharpen their offensive and defensive security expertise.

Launched in 2017, Hack The Box brings together the largest global cybersecurity community of more than 2m platform members and is on a mission to create and connect cyber-ready humans and organizations through highly engaging hacking experiences that cultivate out-of-the-box thinking. Offering a fully guided and exploratory skills development environment, Hack The Box is the ideal solution for cybersecurity professionals and organizations to continuously enhance their cyber-attack readiness by improving their red, blue, and purple team capabilities. Rapidly growing its international footprint and reach, Hack The Box is headquartered in the UK, with additional offices in Greece and the US.

Offering a fully guided and exploratory skills development environment, Hack The Box is the ideal solution for cybersecurity professionals and organizations to continuously enhance their cyber-attack readiness by improving their red, blue, and purple team capabilities. Rapidly growing its international footprint and reach, Hack The Box is headquartered in the UK, with additional offices in Greece and the US.

Challenge your team, regardless of level, to a training platform that puts real world infrastructure first. Learn from expert instructors and prove your knowledge in Networking, Cyber Security, Cloud and Data Science.

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Financial Services Firm9%
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Small Business30%
Midsize Enterprise18%
Large Enterprise52%
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Hack The Box is ranked 1st in Cybersecurity Skills Training Platforms with 1 review while INE is ranked 9th in Cybersecurity Skills Training Platforms. Hack The Box is rated 10.0, while INE is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Hack The Box writes "Great training, good weekly boxes and offers helpful real-world scenarios". On the other hand, Hack The Box is most compared with Immersive Labs, Cybrary, Cyber Range, Cyberbit Skill Development Platform and Rangeforce, whereas INE is most compared with Cybrary and OffSec.

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