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Networking Security

Chapter 1-4

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The act of configuring an OS securely, updating it , creating rules and policies to help govern the system in a secure manner, and removing unnecessary applications and services is called: (Select 1)(2pts) Hardening
Which of the following services/protocols are not secure and should be disabled in the services of a operating system?SSH,Telnet,TFTP,TCP Telnet, TFTP
Which of the following are the recommended concepts to be followed regarding patch management?Implementing, a. Auditing,b. Planning,c. Testing,d. All of the above d. all of the above
Which of the following is the most secure file system when using any Microsoft OS? NTFS
When using Microsoft Virtual PC, what two parts are created when adding a new virtual machine? Virtual machine configuration file Virtual hard disk file
What is a more secure method of closing pop-up windows when using a Browser than just using X or No? Alt+F4
Found under the Privacy Tab of Internet Options in IE, these text files can store information like user browsing habits and credentials. They are called: Cookies
Which two methods are the best to be used when using Windows OS's to deny access to certain applications? UAC (User Access Control) Policies
Which of the following is NOT a phase of the SDLC?a. Monitoring, b. Testing, c. Planning and Analysis, d. Deployment a. monitoring
Which programming testing method category tests the functionality of the system and utilizes people who DO NOT know the system? Black Box Testing
Of the three core principals of information security, which means that the data has not been tampered with? Integrity
What is a correct definition of nonrepudiation? Indisputable proof of something users have done and they cannot deny it.
What are the three A's of computer security? Authentication, Authorization ,Accounting.
When creating a security plan, the category of controls that includes smart cards, ACLs, encryption, and network authentication is: Technical
The act of changing information using an algorithm known as a cipher to make it unreadable to anyone except the user that holds the "key" is: encrypition
Code that runs on a computer without the user's knowledge, and infects the computer. Must be executed to reproduce to other systems. Virus
What type of malware is software designed to gain administrative control over a computer system without being detected? rootkit
Man-in-the-middle attacks are an example of this type of delivery mechanism active interception
Which of the following are symptoms of viruses? a. Disk drives not accessible or don't work properly b. Computer runs slower than usual, c.Antivirus programs will not run or can't be installed., d.Computer restarts on its own, e. All of the above e. all of the above
What can be used on a Windows Ultimate version to encrypt the entire disk drive? BitLocker
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