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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to Security+
 9  Chapter 3:  Infrastructure Security (Domain 3.0; 20%)

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1. IDSes can be described in terms of what fundamental functional components?

A. Information Sources

B. Analysis

C. Response

D. No Answer is Correct

 

2. The majority of commercial intrusion detection systems are:

A. Network-based

B. Host-based

C. Identity-based

D. Signature-based

 

3. Which of the following is a drawback of Network-based IDSs?

A. It cannot analyze encrypted information.

B. It is very costly to set up.

C. It is very costly to manage.

D. It is not effective

 

4. Host-based IDSs normally utilize information from which of the following sources?

A. Operating system audit trails and system logs

B. Operating system audit trails and network packets

C. Network packets and system logs

D. Operating system alarms and system logs

 

5. What is known as a decoy system designed to lure a potential attacker away from critical systems?

A. Vulnerability Analysis System

B. Honey Pot

C. Padded Cell

D. File Integrity Checker

 

6. Which of the following attacks can force a browser to come to your WWW server instead of the real site?

A. DNS spoofing

B. Hijacking

C. Man in the middle

D. Land attack

 

7. A PBX with a maintained modem attached should

A. Be turned off except during actual maintenance periods

B. Have strong authentication for use

C. Be left on for high priority updates to the PBX software

D. PBXes don't use modems

 

8. When backing up using tape the administrator needs to

A. Periodically confirm the tape is still valid

B. Clean the tape drive

C. Store the tape off-site in a secured area

D. All of these choices are correct

E. No choice is correct

 

9. Choose the technology that enables the use of one-time passwords or pass phrases.

A. Biometrics

B. Smartcards

C. Genius cards

D. USB hub

E. No choice is correct

 

10. Classic ON/NOS hardening includes

A. Disabling unneeded protocols and services

B. Applying patches

C. Monitoring email and web sites for new issues

D. All choices are correct


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