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Q441. What is the term 8 to describe an attack that falsifies a broadcast ICMP echo request and includes a primary and secondary victim?
A. Fraggle Attack
B. Man in the Middle Attack
C. Trojan Horse Attack
D. Smurf Attack
E. Back Orifice Attack
Explanation: Trojan and Back orifice are Trojan horse attacks. Man in the middle spoofs the Ip and redirects the victems packets to the cracker The infamous Smurf attack. preys on ICMP's capability to send traffic to the broadcast address. Many hosts can listen and respond to a single ICMP echo request sent to a broadcast address.
Network Intrusion Detection third Edition by Stephen Northcutt and Judy Novak pg 70 The "smurf" attack's cousin is called "fraggle", which uses UDP echo packets in the same fashion as the ICMP echo packets; it was a simple re-write of "smurf".
Q442. You work as security technician at ABC.com. While doing web application testing, you might be required to look through multiple web pages online which can take a long time. Which of the processes listed below would be a more efficient way of doing this type of validation?
A. Use mget to download all pages locally for further inspection.
B. Use wget to download all pages locally for further inspection.
C. Use get* to download all pages locally for further inspection.
D. Use get() to download all pages locally for further inspection.
Explanation: Wget is a utility used for mirroring websites, get* doesn’t work, as for the actual FTP command to work there needs to be a space between get and * (ie. get *), get(); is just bogus, that’s a C function that’s written 100% wrong. mget is a command used from “within” ftp itself, ruling out A. Which leaves B use wget, which is designed for mirroring and download files, especially web pages, if used with the –R option (ie. wget –R www.ABC.com) it could mirror a site, all expect protected portions of course.
Note: GNU Wget is a free network utility to retrieve files from the World Wide Web using HTTP and FTP and can be used to make mirrors of archives and home pages thus enabling work in the background, after having logged off.
Q443. What is the proper response for a X-MAS scan if the port is open?
F. No response
Explanation: Closed ports respond to a X-MAS scan by ignoring the packet.
Q444. Rebecca is a security analyst and knows of a local root exploit that has the ability to enable local users to use available exploits to gain root privileges. This vulnerability exploits a condition in the Linux kernel within the execve() system call. There is no known workaround that exists for this vulnerability. What is the correct action to be taken by Rebecca in this situation as a recommendation to management?
A. Rebecca should make a recommendation to disable the () system call
B. Rebecca should make a recommendation to upgrade the Linux kernel promptly
C. Rebecca should make a recommendation to set all child-process to sleep within the execve()
D. Rebecca should make a recommendation to hire more system administrators to monitor all child processes to ensure that each child process can't elevate privilege
Q445. After an attacker has successfully compromised a remote computer, what would be one of the last steps that would be taken to ensure that the compromise is not traced back to the source of the problem?
A. Install pactehs
B. Setup a backdoor
C. Cover your tracks
D. Install a zombie for DDOS
Explanation: As a hacker you don’t want to leave any traces that could lead back to you.
Q446. Jack Hacker wants to break into company’s computers and obtain their secret double fudge cookie recipe. Jacks calls Jane, an accountant at company pretending to be an administrator from company. Jack tells Jane that there has been a problem with some accounts and asks her to verify her password with him “just to double check our records”. Jane does not suspect anything amiss, and parts with her password. Jack can now access company’s computers with a valid user name and password, to steal the cookie recipe.
What kind of attack is being illustrated here? (Choose the best answer)
A. Reverse Psychology
B. Reverse Engineering
C. Social Engineering
D. Spoofing Identity
E. Faking Identity
Explanation: This is a typical case of pretexting. Pretexting is the act of creating and using an invented scenario (the pretext) to persuade a target to release information or perform an action and is usually done over the telephone.
Q447. Bart is looking for a Windows NT/2000/XP command-line tool that can be used to assign, display, or modify ACL’s (access control lists) to files or folders and also one that can be used within batch files.
Which of the following tools can be used for that purpose? (Choose the best answer)
Explanation: Cacls.exe is a Windows NT/2000/XP command-line tool you can use to assign, display, or modify ACLs (access control lists) to files or folders. Cacls is an interactive tool, and since it's a command-line utility, you can also use it in batch files.
Q448. John is using a special tool on his Linux platform that has a database containing signatures to be able to detect hundreds of vulnerabilities in UNIX, Windows, and commonly used web CGI/ASPX scripts. Moreover, the database detects DDoS zombies and Trojans as well. What would be the name of this tool?
Q449. What framework architecture is shown in this exhibit?
A. Core Impact
C. Immunity Canvas