HTTP Public Key Pinning HPKP can be an obstacle to implementing full SSL

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Question: 4 HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) can be an obstacle to implementing full SSL inspection. What solutions could resolve this problem? (Choose two.) A. Enable Allow Invalid SSL Certificates for the relevant security profile. B. Change web browsers to one that does not support HPKP. C. Exempt those web sites that use HPKP from full SSL inspection. D. Install the CA certificate (that is required to verify the web server certificate) stores of users’ computers. Answer: B,C References: Question: 5 View the exhibit. What does this raw log indicate? (Choose two.) Visit us athttps://
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Question: 6 Which of the following statements are true when using WPAD with the DHCP discovery method? (Choose two.) Question: 7 Examine the routing database shown in the exhibit, and then answer the following question: Which of the following statements are correct? (Choose two.)
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