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Q331. Which of the following statements about a zone transfer correct?(Choose three. 

A. A zone transfer is accomplished with the DNS 

B. A zone transfer is accomplished with the nslookup service 

C. A zone transfer passes all zone information that a DNS server maintains 

D. A zone transfer passes all zone information that a nslookup server maintains 

E. A zone transfer can be prevented by blocking all inbound TCP port 53 connections 

F. Zone transfers cannot occur on the Internet 

Answer: ACE

Explanation: Securing DNS servers should be a priority of the organization. Hackers obtaining DNS information can discover a wealth of information about an organization. This information can be used to further exploit the network. 


Q332. Sniffing is considered an active attack. 

A. True 

B. False 

Answer:

Explanation: Sniffing is considered a passive attack. 


Q333. In this type of Man-in-the-Middle attack, packets and authentication tokens are captured using a sniffer. Once the relevant information is extracted, the tokens are placed back on the network to gain access. 

A. Token Injection Replay attacks 

B. Shoulder surfing attack 

C. Rainbow and Hash generation attack 

D. Dumpster diving attack 

Answer: A


Q334. You are gathering competitive intelligence on an organization. You notice that they have jobs listed on a few Internet job-hunting sites. There are two jobs for network and system administrators. How can this help you in foot printing the organization? 

A. To learn about the IP range used by the target network 

B. To identify the number of employees working for the company 

C. To test the limits of the corporate security policy enforced in the company 

D. To learn about the operating systems, services and applications used on the network 

Answer: D


Q335. Gerald, the systems administrator for Hyped Enterprise, has just discovered that his network has been breached by an outside attacker. After performing routine maintenance on his servers, his discovers numerous remote tools were installed that no one claims to have knowledge of in his department. 

Gerald logs onto the management console for his IDS and discovers an unknown IP address that scanned his network constantly for a week and was able to access his network through a high-level port that was not closed. Gerald traces the IP address he found in the IDS log to proxy server in Brazil. 

Gerald calls the company that owns the proxy server and after searching through their logs, they trace the source to another proxy server in Switzerland. Gerald calls the company in Switzerland that owns the proxy server and after scanning through the logs again, they trace the source back to a proxy server in China. 

What tool Geralds’s attacker used to cover their tracks? 

A. Tor 

B. ISA 

C. IAS 

D. Cheops 

Answer: A

Explanation: Tor is a network of virtual tunnels that allows people and groups to improve their privacy and security on the Internet. It also enables software developers to create new communication tools with built-in privacy features. It provides the foundation for a range of applications that allow organizations and individuals to share information over public networks without compromising their privacy. Individuals can use it to keep remote Websites from tracking them and their family members. They can also use it to connect to resources such as news sites or instant messaging services that are blocked by their local Internet service providers (ISPs). 


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Q336. You visit a website to retrieve the listing of a company's staff members. But you can not find it on the website. You know the listing was certainly present one year before. How can you retrieve information from the outdated website? 

A. Through Google searching cached files 

B. Through Archive.org 

C. Download the website and crawl it 

D. Visit customers' and prtners' websites 

Answer: B

Explanation: Archive.org mirrors websites and categorizes them by date and month depending on the crawl time. Archive.org dates back to 1996, Google is incorrect because the cache is only as recent as the latest crawl, the cache is over-written on each subsequent crawl. Download the website is incorrect because that's the same as what you see online. Visiting customer partners websites is just bogus. The answer is then Firmly, C, archive.org 


Q337. A simple compiler technique used by programmers is to add a terminator 'canary word' containing four letters NULL (0x00), CR (0x0d), LF (0x0a) and EOF (0xff) so that most string operations are terminated. If the canary word has been altered when the function returns, and the program responds by emitting an intruder alert into syslog, and then halts what does it indicate? 

A. The system has crashed 

B. A buffer overflow attack has been attempted 

C. A buffer overflow attack has already occurred 

D. A firewall has been breached and this is logged 

E. An intrusion detection system has been triggered 

Answer: B

Explanation: Terminator Canaries are based on the observation that most buffer overflows and stack smash attacks are based on certain string operations which end at terminators. The reaction to this observation is that the canaries are built of NULL terminators, CR, LF, and -1. The undesirable result is that the canary is known. 


Q338. Which definition below best describes a covert channel? 

A. Making use of a Protocol in a way it was not intended to be used 

B. It is the multiplexing taking place on communication link 

C. It is one of the weak channels used by WEP that makes it insecure 

D. A Server Program using a port that is not well known 

Answer: A

Explanation: A covert channel is a hidden communication channel not intended for information transfer at all. Redundancy can often be used to communicate in a covert way. There are several ways that hidden communication can be set up. 


Q339. What is SYSKEY # of bits used for encryption? 

A. 40 

B. 64 

C. 128 

D. 256 

Answer: C

Explanation: System Key hotfix is an optional feature which allows stronger encryption of SAM. Strong encryption protects private account information by encrypting the password data using a 128-bit cryptographically random key, known as a password encryption key. 


Q340. You want to use netcat to generate huge amount of useless network data continuously for various performance testing between 2 hosts. 

Which of the following commands accomplish this? 

A. Machine A #yes AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA | nc –v –v –l –p 2222 > /dev/null Machine B #yes BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB | nc machinea 2222 > /dev/null 

B. Machine A cat somefile | nc –v –v –l –p 2222 Machine B cat somefile | nc othermachine 2222 C. Machine A nc –l –p 1234 | uncompress –c | tar xvfp Machine B tar cfp - /some/dir | compress –c | nc –w 3 machinea 1234 

D. Machine A while true : do nc –v –l –s –p 6000 machineb 2 Machine B while true ; do nc –v –l –s –p 6000 machinea 2 done 

Answer: A

Explanation: Machine A is setting up a listener on port 2222 using the nc command and then having the letter A sent an infinite amount of times, when yes is used to send data yes NEVER stops until it recieves a break signal from the terminal (Control+C), on the client end (machine B), nc is being used as a client to connect to machine A, sending the letter B and infinite amount of times, while both clients have established a TCP connection each client is infinitely sending data to each other, this process will run FOREVER until it has been stopped by an administrator or the attacker.