Chap1_examCCNA Security Chapter 1 Exam v2 - CCNA Exam 2016.pdf

Chap1_examCCNA Security Chapter 1 Exam v2 - CCNA Exam 2016.pdf

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Footer Menu Menu CCNA Security Chapter 1 Exam v2 Posted on December 11, 2015 by ccna7 CCNA Security Chapter 1 Exam v2 1. What method can be used to mitigate ping sweeps? using encrypted or hashed authentication protocols installing antivirus software on hosts deploying antisniffer software on all network devices blocking ICMP echo and echo­replies at the network edge 2. What are the three major components of a worm attack? (Choose three.) a penetration mechanism an infecting vulnerability a payload an enabling vulnerability a probing mechanism a propagation mechanism Search Find Us on Facebook Categories CCNA 1 v5.02 Routing and Switching 2015(100%) CCNA 1 v5.1 Introduction to Networks CCNA 1 v5.1 Online Assessement CCNA 2 v5.02 Routing and Switching 2015(100%) CCNA 2 V5.03 Routing and Switching Essentials CCNA 3 v5.02 Routing and Switching 2015(100%) CCNA 3 v5.03 Scaling Networks CCNA 4 v5.02 Routing and Switching 2015(100%) CCNA 4 v5.03 Connecting Networks CCNA Lab Exam CCNA Routing and Switching Courseware Exam Answers CCNA Exam Cisco Exam Cisco Security AdChoices We are trying to update every second to help you Be the first of your friends to like this CCNA7 5,811 likes Like Page Share Wireless Network Security Cisco CCNA AdChoices
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3. Which statement accurately characterizes the evolution of threats to network security? Internal threats can cause even greater damage than external threats. Threats have become less sophisticated while the technical knowledge needed by an attacker has grown. Early Internet users often engaged in activities that would harm other users. Internet architects planned for network security from the beginning. 4. What causes a buffer overflow? launching a security countermeasure to mitigate a Trojan horse sending repeated connections such as Telnet to a particular device, thus denying other data sources. downloading and installing too many software updates at one time attempting to write more data to a memory location than that location can hold sending too much information to two or more interfaces of the same device, thereby causing dropped packets 5.
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