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Question No: 541 – (Topic 3)

An auditor’s report discovered several accounts with no activity for over 60 days. The accounts were later identified as contractors’ accounts who would be returning in three months and would need to resume the activities. Which of the following would mitigate and secure the auditors finding?

  1. Disable unnecessary contractor accounts and inform the auditor of the update.

  2. Reset contractor accounts and inform the auditor of the update.

  3. Inform the auditor that the accounts belong to the contractors.

  4. Delete contractor accounts and inform the auditor of the update.

Answer: A Explanation:

A disabled account cannot be used. It is ‘disabled’. Whenever an employee leaves a company, the employee’s user account should be disabled. The question states that the accounts are contractors’ accounts who would be returning in three months. Therefore, it would be easier to keep the accounts rather than deleting them which would require that the accounts are recreated in three months time. By disabling the accounts, we can ensure that the accounts cannot be used; in three months when the contractors are back, we can simply re-enable the accounts.

Question No: 542 – (Topic 3)

After a user performed a war driving attack, the network administrator noticed several similar markings where WiFi was available throughout the enterprise. Which of the following is the term used to describe these markings?

  1. IV attack

  2. War dialing

  3. Rogue access points

  4. War chalking

Answer: D Explanation:

War chalking is the act of making chalk marks on outdoor surfaces (walls, sidewalks, buildings, sign posts, trees) to indicate the existence of an open wireless network connection, usually offering an Internet connection so that others can benefit from the free wireless access. The open connections typically come from the access points of wireless

networks located within buildings to serve enterprises. The chalk symbols indicate the type of access point that is available at that specific spot.

Question No: 543 – (Topic 3)

Which of the following network devices is used to analyze traffic between various network interfaces?

  1. Proxies

  2. Firewalls

  3. Content inspection

  4. Sniffers

Answer: D Explanation:

A sniffer (packet sniffer) is a tool that intercepts data flowing in a network. If computers are connected to a local area network that is not filtered or switched, the traffic can be broadcast to all computers contained in the same segment. This doesn’t generally occur, since computers are generally told to ignore all the comings and goings of traffic from other computers. However, in the case of a sniffer, all traffic is shared when the sniffer software commands the Network Interface Card (NIC) to stop ignoring the traffic. The NIC is put into promiscuous mode, and it reads communications between computers within a particular segment. This allows the sniffer to seize everything that is flowing in the network, which can lead to the unauthorized access of sensitive data. A packet sniffer can take the form of either a hardware or software solution. A sniffer is also known as a packet analyzer.

Question No: 544 – (Topic 3)

Highly sensitive data is stored in a database and is accessed by an application on a DMZ server. The disk drives on all servers are fully encrypted. Communication between the application server and end-users is also encrypted. Network ACLs prevent any connections to the database server except from the application server. Which of the following can still result in exposure of the sensitive data in the database server?

  1. SQL Injection

  2. Theft of the physical database server

  3. Cookies

  4. Cross-site scripting

Answer: A Explanation:

The question discusses a very secure environment with disk and transport level encryption and access control lists restricting access. SQL data in a database is accessed by SQL queries from an application on the application server. The data can still be compromised by a SQL injection attack.

SQL injection is a code injection technique, used to attack data-driven applications, in which malicious SQL statements are inserted into an entry field for execution (e.g. to dump the database contents to the attacker). SQL injection must exploit a security vulnerability in an application#39;s software, for example, when user input is either incorrectly filtered for string literal escape characters embedded in SQL statements or user input is not strongly typed and unexpectedly executed. SQL injection is mostly known as an attack vector for websites but can be used to attack any type of SQL database.

Question No: 545 – (Topic 3)

A security administrator examines a network session to a compromised database server with a packet analyzer. Within the session there is a repeated series of the hex character 90 (x90).

Which of the following attack types has occurred?

  1. Buffer overflow

  2. Cross-site scripting

  3. XML injection

  4. SQL injection

Answer: A

Explanation: Explanation

The hex character 90 (x90) means NOP or No Op or No Operation. In a buffer overflow attack, the buffer can be filled and overflowed with No Op commands.

A buffer overflow occurs when a program or process tries to store more data in a buffer (temporary data storage area) than it was intended to hold. Since buffers are created to contain a finite amount of data, the extra information – which has to go somewhere – can overflow into adjacent buffers, corrupting or overwriting the valid data held in them.

Although it may occur accidentally through programming error, buffer overflow is an

increasingly common type of security attack on data integrity. In buffer overflow attacks, the extra data may contain codes designed to trigger specific actions, in effect sending new instructions to the attacked computer that could, for example, damage the user#39;s files, change data, or disclose confidential information. Buffer overflow attacks are said to have arisen because the C programming language supplied the framework, and poor programming practices supplied the vulnerability.

Question No: 546 – (Topic 3)

A distributed denial of service attack can BEST be described as:

  1. Invalid characters being entered into a field in a database application.

  2. Users attempting to input random or invalid data into fields within a web browser application.

  3. Multiple computers attacking a single target in an organized attempt to deplete its resources.

  4. Multiple attackers attempting to gain elevated privileges on a target system.

Answer: C Explanation:

A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is an attack from several different computers targeting a single computer.

One common method of attack involves saturating the target machine with external communications requests, so much so that it cannot respond to legitimate traffic, or responds so slowly as to be rendered essentially unavailable. Such attacks usually lead to a server overload.

A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack occurs when multiple systems flood the bandwidth or resources of a targeted system, usually one or more web servers. Such an attack is often the result of multiple compromised systems (for example a botnet) flooding the targeted system with traffic. When a server is overloaded with connections, new connections can no longer be accepted. The major advantages to an attacker of using a distributed denial-of-service attack are that multiple machines can generate more attack traffic than one machine, multiple attack machines are harder to turn off than one attack machine, and that the behavior of each attack machine can be stealthier, making it harder to track and shut down. These attacker advantages cause challenges for defense mechanisms. For example, merely purchasing more incoming bandwidth than the current volume of the attack might not help, because the attacker might be able to simply add more

attack machines. This after all will end up completely crashing a website for periods of time. Malware can carry DDoS attack mechanisms; one of the better-known examples of this was MyDoom. Its DoS mechanism was triggered on a specific date and time. This type of DDoS involved hardcoding the target IP address prior to release of the malware and no further interaction was necessary to launch the attack.

Question No: 547 – (Topic 3)

An attacker attempted to compromise a web form by inserting the following input into the username field: admin)(|(password=*))

Which of the following types of attacks was attempted?

  1. SQL injection

  2. Cross-site scripting

  3. Command injection

  4. LDAP injection

Answer: D Explanation:

LDAP Injection is an attack used to exploit web based applications that construct LDAP statements based on user input. When an application fails to properly sanitize user input, it’s possible to modify LDAP statements using a local proxy. This could result in the execution of arbitrary commands such as granting permissions to unauthorized queries, and content modification inside the LDAP tree. The same advanced exploitation techniques available in SQL Injection can be similarly applied in LDAP Injection.

In a page with a user search form, the following code is responsible to catch input value and generate a LDAP query that will be used in LDAP database.

lt;input type=quot;textquot; size=20 name=quot;userNamequot;gt;Insert the usernamelt;/inputgt;

The LDAP query is narrowed down for performance and the underlying code for this function might be the following:

String ldapSearchQuery = quot;(cn=quot; $userName quot;)quot;; System.out.println(ldapSearchQuery);

If the variable $userName is not validated, it could be possible accomplish LDAP injection, as follows:

If a user puts “*” on box search, the system may return all the usernames on the LDAP base

If a user puts “jonys) (| (password = * ) )”, it will generate the code bellow revealing jonys’ password ( cn = jonys ) ( | (password = * ) )

Question No: 548 – (Topic 3)

Which of the following is where an unauthorized device is found allowing access to a network?

  1. Bluesnarfing

  2. Rogue access point

  3. Honeypot

  4. IV attack

Answer: B Explanation:

A rogue access point is a wireless access point that has either been installed on a secure company network without explicit authorization from a local network administrator, or has been created to allow a hacker to conduct a man-in-the-middle attack. Rogue access points of the first kind can pose a security threat to large organizations with many employees, because anyone with access to the premises can install (maliciously or non- maliciously) an inexpensive wireless router that can potentially allow access to a secure network to unauthorized parties. Rogue access points of the second kind target networks that do not employ mutual authentication (client-server server-client) and may be used in conjunction with a rogue RADIUS server, depending on security configuration of the target network.

To prevent the installation of rogue access points, organizations can install wireless intrusion prevention systems to monitor the radio spectrum for unauthorized access points.

Question No: 549 – (Topic 3)

Which of the following implementation steps would be appropriate for a public wireless hot- spot?

  1. Reduce power level

  2. Disable SSID broadcast

  3. Open system authentication

  4. MAC filter

Answer: C Explanation:

For a public wireless hot-spot, you want members of the public to be able to access the wireless network without having to provide them with a password. Therefore, Open System Authentication is the best solution.

Open System Authentication (OSA) is a process by which a computer can gain access to a wireless network that uses the Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) protocol. With OSA, a computer equipped with a wireless modem can access any WEP network and receive files that are not encrypted.

For OSA to work, the service set identifier (SSID) of the computer should match the SSID of the wireless access point. The SSID is a sequence of characters that uniquely names a wireless local area network (WLAN). The process occurs in three steps. First, the computer sends a request for authentication to the access point. Then the access point generates an authentication code, usually at random, intended for use only during that session. Finally, the computer accepts the authentication code and becomes part of the network as long as the session continues and the computer remains within range of the original access point. If it is necessary to exchange encrypted data between a WEP network access point and a wireless-equipped computer, a stronger authentication process called Shared Key Authentication (SKA) is required.

Question No: 550 – (Topic 3)

A company is looking to improve their security posture by addressing risks uncovered by a recent penetration test. Which of the following risks is MOST likely to affect the business on a day-to-day basis?

  1. Insufficient encryption methods

  2. Large scale natural disasters

  3. Corporate espionage

  4. Lack of antivirus software

Answer: D Explanation:

The most common threat to computers is computer viruses. A computer can become infected with a virus through day-to-day activities such as browsing web sites or emails. As

browsing and opening emails are the most common activities performed by all users, computer viruses represent the most likely risk to a business.

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