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Q211. Bob is doing a password assessment for one of his clients. Bob suspects that security policies are not in place. He also suspects that weak passwords are probably the norm throughout the company he is evaluating. Bob is familiar with password weaknesses and key loggers. 

Which of the following options best represents the means that Bob can adopt to retrieve passwords from his clients hosts and servers. 

A. Hardware, Software, and Sniffing. 

B. Hardware and Software Keyloggers. 

C. Passwords are always best obtained using Hardware key loggers. 

D. Software only, they are the most effective. 

Answer: A

Explanation: Different types of keylogger planted into the environment would retrieve the passwords for Bob.. 

Q212. Which of the following is NOT a valid NetWare access level? 

A. Not Logged in 

B. Logged in 

C. Console Access 

D. Administrator 


Explanation: Administrator is an account not a access level. 

Q213. Bubba has just accessed he preferred ecommerce web site and has spotted an item that he would like to buy. Bubba considers the price a bit too steep. He looks at the source code of the webpage and decides to save the page locally, so that he can modify the page variables. In the context of web application security, what do you think Bubba has changes? 

A. A hidden form field value. 

B. A hidden price value. 

C. An integer variable. 

D. A page cannot be changed locally, as it is served by a web server. 

Answer: A

Q214. Your lab partner is trying to find out more information about a competitors web site. The site has a .com extension. She has decided to use some online whois tools and look in one of the regional Internet registrys. Which one would you suggest she looks in first? 





E. AfriNIC 

Answer: B

Explanation: Regional registries maintain records from the areas from which they govern. ARIN is responsible for domains served within North and South America and therefore, would be a good starting point for a .com domain. 

Q215. You have discovered that an employee has attached a modem to his telephone line and workstation. He has used this modem to dial in to his workstation, thereby bypassing your firewall. A security breach has occurred as a direct result of this activity. The employee explains that he used the modem because he had to download software for a department project. What can you do to solve this problem? 

A. Install a network-based IDS 

B. Reconfigure the firewall 

C. Conduct a needs analysis 

D. Enforce your security policy 


Explanation: The employee was unaware of security policy. 

Q216. Why do you need to capture five to ten million packets in order to crack WEP with AirSnort? 

A. All IVs are vulnerable to attack 

B. Air Snort uses a cache of packets 

C. Air Snort implements the FMS attack and only encrypted packets are counted 

D. A majority of weak IVs transmitted by access points and wireless cards are not filtered by contemporary wireless manufacturers 

Answer: C

Explanation: Since the summer of 2001, WEP cracking has been a trivial but time consuming process. A few tools, AirSnort perhaps the most famous, that implement the Fluhrer-Mantin-Shamir (FMS) attack were released to the security community — who until then were aware of the problems with WEP but did not have practical penetration testing tools. Although simple to use, these tools require a very large number of packets to be gathered before being able to crack a WEP key. The AirSnort web site estimates the total number of packets at five to ten million, but the number actually required may be higher than you think. 

Q217. Which of the following algorithms can be used to guarantee the integrity of messages being sent, in transit, or stored? (Choose the best answer) 

A. symmetric algorithms 

B. asymmetric algorithms 

C. hashing algorithms 

D. integrity algorithms 


Explanation: In cryptography, a cryptographic hash function is a hash function with certain additional security properties to make it suitable for use as a primitive in various information security applications, such as authentication and message integrity. A hash function takes a long string (or 'message') of any length as input and produces a fixed length string as output, sometimes termed a message digest or a digital fingerprint. 

Q218. An attacker has been successfully modifying the purchase price of items purchased at a web site. The security administrators verify the web server and Oracle database have not been compromised directly. They have also verified the IDS logs and found no attacks that could have caused this. What is the mostly likely way the attacker has been able to modify the price? 

A. By using SQL injection 

B. By using cross site scripting 

C. By changing hidden form values in a local copy of the web page 

D. There is no way the attacker could do this without directly compromising either the web server or the database 

Answer: C

Explanation: Changing hidden form values is possible when a web site is poorly built and is trusting the visitors computer to submit vital data, like the price of a product, to the database. 

Q219. You are programming a buffer overflow exploit and you want to create a NOP sled of 200 bytes in the program exploit.c 

What is the hexadecimal value of NOP instruction? 

A. 0x60 

B. 0x80 

C. 0x70 

D. 0x90 

Answer: D

Q220. SNMP is a protocol used to query hosts, servers and devices about performance or health status data. Hackers have used this protocol for a long time to gather great amount of information about remote hosts. Which of the following features makes this possible? 

A. It is susceptible to sniffing 

B. It uses TCP as the underlying protocol 

C. It is used by ALL devices on the market 

D. It uses a community string sent as clear text 

Answer: AD

Explanation: SNMP uses UDP, not TCP, and even though many devices uses SNMP not ALL devices use it and it can be disabled on most of the devices that does use it. However SNMP is susceptible to sniffing and the community string (which can be said acts as a password) is sent in clear text.