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Deal of the Day: Cyber security books + the weirdest product I have seen on Amazon

With Labor Day discounts on the horizon, I figured that we could take it easy today on the tech deals. Small business owners and people looking to get into the cybersecurity world will be interested in this page. The next page, however, is something I've been saving for a rainy day.

They're the strangest products that I've ever found, but they make a lot of sense if you understand how they work. So stick with me and be sure to check back tomorrow for a quickie roundup of the best labor day deals.

Big discounts on cybersecurity books

Today's deals include a wide variety of cybersecurity textbooks for both professionals and amateurs. As a business owner and a follower of the cybersecurity world, I definitely understand how important keeping your networks safe from hacker assailants can be.

These books are well-reviewed and heavily discounted for this week only. Grab them while you can. Oh, and if you're not a security professional, then you might want to check out "Unmasking The Social Engineer: The Human Element of Security," it's a book that breaks down how hackers try to trick you into giving up your personal information.

Click here to check out all of Amazon's discounted security books.

Live beneficial bugs

You thought it was going to be some gag gift? Nope. The weirdest product that I've seen on Amazon so far is thousands of live bugs that just so happen to be surprisingly affordable. Whether you're a farmer or you've got a pest problem, now you know where you can go if you find yourself in the "live bug" market.

If you click on the "1500 live ladybugs" link below, you'll find a list of suggestions for what you could do with 1,500 live ladybugs. Children's birthday party is one of the things on that list. I'm not kidding.

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