You update your Attack Object database from the IDP User Interface. What must you do before the new signature attack objects become active on your IDP S ensor? A. You restart the IDP Sensor. B. You restart the IDP Service on the IDP Sensor (IDP restart). C. No changes are required other than saving the policy changes. D. You install the updated Security policy on that IDP Sensor from the IDP User Interface. Answer: D QUESTION: 114 Which two are IP Actions? (Choose two.) A. IDP Notify 31
B. IDP CLOSE C. IDP TCP RST D. IDP Drop packet Answer: A, B QUESTION: 115 What does a Drop Connection action do? A. drops all packets from the attacker's IP B. drops any packet matching this src/dst/protocol C. drops the specific session containing the attack pattern D. drops only the specific packet matching the attack pattern Answer: C QUESTION: 116 What is the function of Terminate Match? A. terminates the connection if the rule is matched B. terminates all connections from a source if the rule is matched C. makes a rule terminal when the Source IP, Destination IP and service match D. makes a rule terminal when the Source IP, Destination IP and Attack Object match Answer: C QUESTION: 117 How do Ignore and None actions in the Main Rulebase differ? A. None actions cause IDP NOT to perform any Attack Matching on this rule. B. Ignore actions cause IDP NOT to perform any Attack Matching on this rule.
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- Object-Oriented Programming, IP address, Attack!, attack, match