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Chapter 3 Quiz Review of attempt 1 Started on Tuesday, 31 May 2011, 07:23 PM Completed on Tuesday, 31 May 2011, 07:54 PM Time taken 31 mins 37 secs Grade 91 out of a maximum of 100 ( 91 %) Question 1 Marks: 4 A(n) ____________________ is a method to configure a suite of configuration baseline security settings. Answer: Correct Marks for this submission: 4/4. Question 2 Marks: 4 Most modern CPUs support a(n) ____________________ bit to designate a part of memory for containing only data. Answer: Incorrect Correct answer: No eXecute (NX) Marks for this submission: 0/4. Question 3 Marks: 3 The goal of ____ is to make it harder to predict where the operating system functionality resides in memory. Choose one answer. a. DEP b. ASLR c. NX d. ASNX Correct Marks for this submission: 3/3.
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Question 4 Marks: 3 ____ is real-time communication between two or more users. Choose one answer. a. SMTP b. SMTP open relay c. ActiveX d. Instant messaging (IM) Correct Marks for this submission: 3/3. Question 5 Marks: 9 Match each item with a statement below: the operating system configuration settings that will be used for each computer in the organization a complete object-oriented programming language created by Sun Microsystems; can be used to create standalone applications a document or series of documents that clearly defines the defense mechanisms an organization will employ in order to keep information secure a fence that surrounds a program and keeps it away from private data and other resources on a local computer set of rules for how applications should share information a scripting language developed by Netscape that does not create standalone applications randomly assigns executable operating system code (such as .EXE programs and dynamic link libraries or .DLLs) to one of 256 possible locations in memory provides centralized management and configuration of computers and remote users who are using specific Microsoft directory services known as Active Directory (AD) addresses a specific customer situation and often may not be distributed outside that customer’s organization
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