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156-310 CheckPoint Check Point NG with Application Intelligence - Management II
QUESTION:384 Which is a valid distinguished name for a LDAP database? A. o=joe bloggs, c=company inc, cn=us B. cn=joe bloggs, o=company inc, c=us C. cn=joe bloggs, o-company inc, c=us D. c=joe bloggs, cn=company inc, o=us Answer:B Explanation:Option B provides a valid Distinguished name, it begins with the canonical name (Usually your name and last name), then the object (usually your company) and the container at the root (usually your country). The use of an Ou (Organizational unit) is optional, we don't need an OU in here. Remember that you always need to have the "cn" in one corner and the "c" in the other corner. QUESTION:385 Which CPMAD attack is defined as a SYN packet with the source IP address the same as the destination IP address? QUESTION:386 What does VPN1/FW1 use to create and verify a digital signature? 235
QUESTION:387 Which is NOT true about tunnel mode encryption?

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