Which of the following countermeasure can specifically protect against both the MAC Flood and
MAC Spoofing attacks?
A. Configure Port Security on the switch
B. Configure Port Recon on the switch
C. Configure Switch Mapping
D. Configure Multiple Recognition on the switch
Jimmy, an attacker, knows that he can take advantage of poorly designed input validation
routines to create or alter SQL commands to gain access to private data or execute commands
in the database. What technique does Jimmy use to compromise a database?
A. Jimmy can submit user input that executes an operating system command to compromise a
B. Jimmy can gain control of system to flood the target system with requests, preventing
legitimate users from gaining access
C. Jimmy can utilize an incorrect configuration that leads to access with higher-than expected
privilege of the database
D. Jimmy can utilize this particular database threat that is an SQL injection technique to
penetrate a target system
This IDS defeating technique works by splitting a datagram (or packet) into multiple fragments
and the IDS wil not spot the true nature of the fully assembled datagram. The datagram is not
reassembled until it reaches its final destination. It would be a processor-intensive task for IDS
to reassemble all fragments itself, and on a busy system the packet will slip through the IDS
onto the network. What is this technique called?
A. IP Routing or Packet Dropping
B. IDS Spoofing or Session Assembly
C. IP Fragmentation or Session Splicing
D. IP Splicing or Packet Reassembly
If a competitor wants to cause damage to your organization, steal critical secrets, or put you out
of business, they just have to find a job opening, prepare someone to pass the interview, have
that person hired, and they will be in the organization.