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See chapter 10 intrusion detection is used to detect

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See Chapter 10. Intrusion detection is used to detect intrusions, attacks, and other anomalies. 176 The main disadvantage of signature-based intrusion detection is A. It’s considerably more expensive than linguistic intrusion detection. B. Some hackers are good at forging other people’s signatures. C. Signatures must be constantly kept up-to-date. D. Handwriting tablets are still very expensive. Answer: C
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See Chapter 10. Like antivirus software, signature-based intrusion detection systems must be frequently updated. 177 War driving is the term used to describe See Chapter 10. War driving is similar to war dialing, in which an individual who has a laptop computer, wireless LAN adaptor, and special software can literally drive around looking for vulnerable wireless LANs. 178 Violation processing is used to See Chapter 10. Violation processing is used to identify high levels of anomalous activity, such as the number of unsuccessful login attempts, in order to point out possible security problems and their causes. 179 Which of the following is NOT an environmental concern for long- term media storage? See Chapter 10. Lumens , or light level, is far less of a concern than the other factors for the longevity of media. 180 Maintenance accounts shouldn’t be used by applications because A. Applications would be operating in full privileged mode, bypassing all security. B. Too many people have the password to the maintenance account.
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C. Maintenance accounts utilize write-behind transactions, resulting in data loss. D. Maintenance accounts run at a low priority. Answer: A See Chapter 10. Maintenance accounts run with privileges and features not intended for applications. 181 Why should a data center’s walls go all the way to the ceiling and not just stop as high as the suspended ceiling? See Chapter 11. The primary concern in the construction of a data center’s walls is to keep intruders out. They also help to contain a fire. 182 Why should a data center’s walls go all the way to the ceiling and not just stop as high as the suspended ceiling?
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