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Q141. What is a sheepdip?
A. It is another name for Honeynet
B. It is a machine used to coordinate honeynets
C. It is the process of checking physical media for virus before they are used in a computer
D. None of the above
Explanation: Also known as a footbath, a sheepdip is the process of checking physical media, such as floppy disks or CD-ROMs, for viruses before they are used in a computer. Typically, a computer that sheepdips is used only for that process and nothing else and is isolated from the other computers, meaning it is not connected to the network. Most sheepdips use at least two different antivirus programs in order to increase effectiveness.
Q142. What is the proper response for a X-MAS scan if the port is closed?
F. No response
Explanation: Closed ports respond to a X-MAS scan with a RST.
Q143. Fred is the network administrator for his company. Fred is testing an internal switch. From an external IP address, Fred wants to try and trick this switch into thinking it already has established a session with his computer. How can Fred accomplish this?
A. Fred can accomplish this by sending an IP packet with the RST/SIN bit and the source address of his computer.
B. He can send an IP packet with the SYN bit and the source address of his computer.
C. Fred can send an IP packet with the ACK bit set to zero and the source address of the switch.
D. Fred can send an IP packet to the switch with the ACK bit and the source address of his machine.
Q144. 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
Q145. This is an attack that takes advantage of a web site vulnerability in which the site displays content that includes un-sanitized user-provided data.
<ahref="http://foobar.com/index.html?id=%3Cscript%20src=%22http://baddomain.com/badscript.js %22%3E%3C/script%3E">See foobar</a>
What is this attack?
A. Cross-site-scripting attack
B. SQL Injection
C. URL Traversal attack
D. Buffer Overflow attack
Q146. In an attempt to secure his 802.11b wireless network, Ulf decides to use a strategic antenna positioning. He places the antenna for the access points near the center of the building. For those access points near the outer edge of the building he uses semi-directional antennas that face towards the building’s center. There is a large parking lot and outlying filed surrounding the building that extends out half a mile around the building. Ulf figures that with this and his placement of antennas, his wireless network will be safe from attack.
Which of the following statements is true?
A. With the 300 feet limit of a wireless signal, Ulf’s network is safe.
B. Wireless signals can be detected from miles away, Ulf’s network is not safe.
C. Ulf’s network will be safe but only of he doesn’t switch to 802.11a.
D. Ulf’s network will not be safe until he also enables WEP.
Q147. You want to hide a secret.txt document inside c:\\windows\\system32\\tcpip.dll kernel library using ADS streams. How will you accomplish this?
A. copy secret.txt c:\\windows\\system32\\tcpip.dll kernel>secret.txt
B. copy secret.txt c:\\windows\\system32\\tcpip.dll:secret.txt
C. copy secret.txt c:\\windows\\system32\\tcpip.dll |secret.txt
D. copy secret.txt >< c:\\windows\\system32\\tcpip.dll kernel secret.txt
Q148. War dialing is one of the oldest methods of gaining unauthorized access to the target systems, it is one of the dangers most commonly forgotten by network engineers and system administrators. A hacker can sneak past all the expensive firewalls and IDS and connect easily into the network. Through wardialing an attacker searches for the devices located in the target network infrastructure that are also accessible through the telephone line.
‘Dial backup’ in routers is most frequently found in networks where redundancy is required. Dial-on-demand routing(DDR) is commonly used to establish connectivity as a backup.
As a security testers, how would you discover what telephone numbers to dial-in to the router?
A. Search the Internet for leakage for target company’s telephone number to dial-in
B. Run a war-dialing tool with range of phone numbers and look for CONNECT Response
C. Connect using ISP’s remote-dial in number since the company’s router has a leased line connection established with them
D. Brute force the company’s PABX system to retrieve the range of telephone numbers to dial-in
Explanation: Use a program like Toneloc to scan the company’s range of phone numbers.
Q149. Paula works as the primary help desk contact for her company. Paula has just received a call from a user reporting that his computer just displayed a Blue Screen of Death screen and he ca no longer work. Paula walks over to the user’s computer and sees the Blue Screen of Death screen. The user’s computer is running Windows XP, but the Blue screen looks like a familiar one that Paula had seen a Windows 2000 Computers periodically.
The user said he stepped away from his computer for only 15 minutes and when he got back, the Blue Screen was there. Paula also noticed that the hard drive activity light was flashing meaning that the computer was processing some thing. Paula knew this should not be the case since the computer should be completely frozen during a Blue screen. She checks the network IDS live log entries and notices numerous nmap scan alerts.
What is Paula seeing happen on this computer?
A. Paula’s Network was scanned using FloppyScan
B. Paula’s Netwrok was scanned using Dumpsec
C. There was IRQ conflict in Paula’s PC
D. Tool like Nessus will cause BSOD
Explanation: Floppyscan is a dangerous hacking tool which can be used to portscan a system using a floppy disk Bootsup mini Linux Displays Blue screen of death screen Port scans the network using NMAP Send the results by e-mail to a remote server.
Q150. 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
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.