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CompTIA SY0-501 CompTIA Security+ Certification Exam Version: 19.0
QUESTION NO: 1 DRAG DROP A security administrator wants to implement strong security on the company smart phones and terminal servers located in the data center. INSTRUCTIONS Drag and drop the applicable controls to each asset type. Controls can be used multiple times and not all placeholders need to be filled. If at any time you would like to bring back the initial state of the simulation, please click the Reset All button. Answer: CompTIA SY0-501 Exam "Pass Any Exam. Any Time." - 2
Explanation: Company Manages Smart Phone Screen Lock Strong Password Device Encryption Remote Wipe GPS Tracking Pop-up blocker Data Center Terminal Server Cable Locks Antivirus Host Based Firewall Proximity Reader Sniffer Mantrap CompTIA SY0-501 Exam "Pass Any Exam. Any Time." - 3
QUESTION NO: 2 HOTSPOT Select the appropriate attack from each drop down list to label the corresponding illustrated attack. Instructions: Attacks may only be used once, and will disappear from drop down list if selected. When you have completed the simulation, please select the Done button to submit. CompTIA SY0-501 Exam "Pass Any Exam. Any Time." - 4
Answer: CompTIA SY0-501 Exam "Pass Any Exam. Any Time." - 5
Explanation: CompTIA SY0-501 Exam "Pass Any Exam. Any Time." - 6
1: Spear phishing is an e-mail spoofing fraud attempt that targets a specific organization, seeking unauthorized access to confidential data. As with the e-mail messages used in regular phishing expeditions, spear phishing messages appear to come from a trusted source. Phishing messages usually appear to come from a large and well-known company or Web site with a broad membership base, such as eBay or PayPal. In the case of spear phishing, however, the apparent source of the e-mail is likely to be an individual within the recipient's own company and generally someone in a position of authority. 2: The Hoax in this question is designed to make people believe that the fake AV (anti- virus) software is genuine. 3: Vishing is the act of using the telephone in an attempt to scam the user into surrendering private information that will be used for identity theft. The scammer usually pretends to be a legitimate business, and fools the victim into thinking he or she will profit. 4: Email spam, also referred to as junk email, is unsolicited messages sent in bulk by email (spamming). 5: Similar in nature to e-mail phishing, pharming seeks to obtain personal or private (usually financial related) information through domain spoofing. Rather than being spammed with malicious and mischievous e-mail requests for you to visit spoof Web sites which appear legitimate, pharming 'poisons' a DNS server by infusing false information into the DNS server, resulting in a user's request being redirected elsewhere. Your browser, however will show you are at the correct Web site, which makes pharming a bit more serious and more difficult to detect.

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