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Q31. In Buffer Overflow exploit, which of the following registers gets overwritten with return address of the exploit code? 

A. EIP 

B. ESP 

C. EAP 

D. EEP 

Answer:

Explanation: EIP is the instruction pointer which is a register, it points to your next command. 

Q32. Eve decides to get her hands dirty and tries out a Denial of Service attack that is relatively new to her. This time she envisages using a different kind of method to attack Brownies Inc. Eve tries to forge the packets and uses the broadcast address. She launches an attack similar to that of fraggle. What is the technique that Eve used in the case above? 

A. Smurf 

B. Bubonic 

C. SYN Flood 

D. Ping of Death 

Answer: A

Explanation: A fraggle attack is a variation of the smurf attack for denial of service in which the attacker sends spoofed UDP packets instead of ICMP echo reply (ping) packets to the broadcast address of a large network. 

Q33. In the context of using PKI, when Sven wishes to send a secret message to Bob, he looks up Bob’s public key in a directory, uses it to encrypt the message before sending it off. Bob then uses his private key to decrypt the message and reads it. No one listening on can decrypt the message. 

Anyone can send an encrypted message to Bob but only Bob can read it. Thus, although many people may know Bob’s public key and use it to verify Bob’s signature, they cannot discover Bob’s private key and use it to forge digital signatures. 

What does this principle refer to? 

A. Irreversibility 

B. Non-repudiation 

C. Symmetry 

D. Asymmetry 

Answer: D

Explanation: PKI uses asymmetric key pair encryption. One key of the pair is the only way to decrypt data encrypted with the other. 

Q34. What is a NULL scan? 

A. A scan in which all flags are turned off 

B. A scan in which certain flags are off 

C. A scan in which all flags are on 

D. A scan in which the packet size is set to zero 

E. A scan with a illegal packet size 

Answer:

Explanation: A null scan has all flags turned off. 

Q35. What command would you type to OS fingerprint a server using the command line? 

A. Option A 

B. Option B 

C. Option C 

D. Option D 

Answer: C

Q36. What are the default passwords used by SNMP?(Choose two.) 

A. Password 

B. SA 

C. Private 

D. Administrator 

E. Public 

F. Blank 

Answer: CE

Explanation: Besides the fact that it passes information in clear text, SNMP also uses well-known passwords. Public and private are the default passwords used by SNMP. 

Q37. Which address translation scheme would allow a single public IP address to always correspond to a single machine on an internal network, allowing "server publishing"? 

A. Overloading Port Address Translation 

B. Dynamic Port Address Translation 

C. Dynamic Network Address Translation 

D. Static Network Address Translation 

Answer: D

Explanation: Mapping an unregistered IP address to a registered IP address on a one-to-one basis. Particularly useful when a device needs to be accessible from outside the network. 

Q38. You just purchased the latest DELL computer, which comes pre-installed with Windows XP, McAfee antivirus software and a host of other applications. You want to connect Ethernet wire to your cable modem and start using the computer immediately. 

Windows is dangerously insecure when unpacked from the box, and there are a few things that you must do before you use it. 

A. New Installation of Windows Should be patched by installation the latest service packs and hotfixes 

B. Enable “guest” account 

C. Install a personal firewall and lock down unused ports from connecting to your computer 

D. Install the latest signatures for Antivirus software 

E. Configure “Windows Update” to automatic 

F. Create a non-admin user with a complex password and login to this account 

Answer: ACDEF

Explanation: The guest account is a possible vulnerability to your system so you should not enable it unless needed. Otherwise you should perform all other actions mentioned in order to have a secure system. 

Topic 23, Mixed Questions 

566. One of the better features of NetWare is the use of packet signature that includes cryptographic signatures. The packet signature mechanism has four levels from 0 to 3. 

In the list below which of the choices represent the level that forces NetWare to sign all packets? 

A. 0 (zero) 

B. 1 

C. 2 

D. 3 

Answer: D

Explanation: 0Server does not sign packets (regardless of the client level). 

1Server signs packets if the client is capable of signing (client level is 2 or higher). 

2Server signs packets if the client is capable of signing (client level is 1 or higher). 

3Server signs packets and requires all clients to sign packets or logging in will fail. 

Q39. Jake is a network administrator who needs to get reports from all the computer and network devices on his network. Jake wants to use SNMP but is afraid that won't be secure since passwords and messages are in clear text. How can Jake gather network information in a secure manner? 

A. He can use SNMPv3 

B. Jake can use SNMPrev5 

C. He can use SecWMI 

D. Jake can use SecSNMP 

Answer: A

Q40. John wants to try a new hacking tool on his Linux System. As the application comes from a site in his untrusted zone, John wants to ensure that the downloaded tool has not been Trojaned. Which of the following options would indicate the best course of action for John? 

A. Obtain the application via SSL 

B. Obtain the application from a CD-ROM disc 

C. Compare the files’ MD5 signature with the one published on the distribution media 

D. Compare the file’s virus signature with the one published on the distribution media 

Answer: C

Explanation: In essence, MD5 is a way to verify data integrity, and is much more reliable than checksum and many other commonly used methods.