Sun-Certified-Security-Administrator-for-the-Solaris-10-OS-(310-303).pdf

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310-303 SUN Sun Certified Security Administrator for the Solaris 10 OS
QUESTION: 280 Within the context of file integrity, rules can be implemented to change the scope of the Basic Audit and Report Tool (BART) manifest. Given the rule file: /home/bert/docs *.og[dt] CHECK all IGNORE mtime Which two statements are valid? (Choose two.)
QUESTION: 281 Given: jupiter:$md5,rounds=2006$2amXesSj5$$kCF48vfPsHDjlKNXeEw7V.:12210:::::: What is the characteristic of this /etc/shadow entry?
QUESTION: 282 A security administrator is required to validate the integrity of a set of operating system files on a number of Solaris systems. The administrator decides to use the Solaris Fingerprint Database to validate configuration and data files as well as binaries and libraries. What command, available by default in Solaris 10, will help the security administrator collect the necessary information that will be used with the Solaris Fingerprint Database?
QUESTION: 283 Solaris 10 provides password history checking out of the box. Which name services currently support this feature?

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