16.The difference between an off-shore bank and a shell bank is that: a. The shell bank has a physical presence in the country in which it is licensed whereas the off-shore bank does not. *b. The off-shore bank specifically cannot carry on business in the jurisdiction in which it is licensed whereas such restrictions do not specifically affect shell banks. c. Only shell banks use correspondent services. d. U.S. banks have more access to client account information in a shell bank than in an off-shore bank. e. None of the above. 17.Which one of the following businesses would a money launderer most want to acquire? a. Travel agency. b. Broker. *c. Series of newspaper/magazine stands. d. 18.Which one of the following is the easiest tofalsify? a. Web logs. *b. Paper documents. c. Wire transfer reports. d. Hard drive 19.All of the following would be found in HTTP log files except: a. Size of 20.Which one of the following statements about web logs is true? a. Logs can show unencrypted passwords. b. Logs provide an audit trail of evidence about activities occurring on a website. c. Log entries are so expansive on a busy website that they are virtually impossible to use for forensic purposes. d. Log files are easy for hackers to erase. *e. Both a and b. 21.Logs provide which of the following? a. Name of the visitor entering the website. b. Name of the
22.The GMT time adjust to the East Coast ofthe United States is: a. + 23.After entering an IP address into atraceroute program, how long does it normally take trace to the IP address back to its originating source? a. 24.Which of the following methods is the least likely to be used by a money launderer? a. Wire transfers of funds for less than $10,000.b. Underground banking representatives who transfer funds. *c. Internet bank transfers of funds. d. Correspondent bank accounts.
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