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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to Security+
 9  Chapter 6:  Practice Exam

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71. Revocation of a certificate can be accomplished with (choose all that apply):

A. CRL

B. CRDP

C. OCSP

D. CRC

 

72. E-mail clients do a great job of checking the status of a digital certificate:

A. True

B. False

 

73. If it seems possible a private key was compromised, while an investigation is under way, the first step is to:

A. Revoke the certificate

B. Suspend the certificate

C. Re-issue a new certificate

D. All choices are correct

E. No choice is correct

 

74. When a private key is critical for recovery and protecting assets of a high enough value that no single person should be in charge of the key the process is to (choose all that apply):

A. Guard the private key on hardware with a security guard in place

B. Encrypt portions of the private key on numerous hardware tokens

C. Require a minimum number of secured hardware tokens come together to recreate the private key

 

75. The issue of a single digital certificate:

A. Identities a person, not roles.

B. Cannot be used for encryption if it is to also be used for a digital signature in a non-repudiation manner.

C. Both choices are correct

D. Neither choice is correct

E. One choice is correct


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