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CMIT 321 FINAL EXAM 2016

CMIT 321 FINAL EXAM 2016

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Final Exam

 
Question 1

 
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__________ is the exploitation of an organization's telephone, dial, and private branch exchange (PBX) system to infiltrate the internal network in order to abuse computing resources.
 
 
a. War driving

 
 
b. Line dialing

 
 
c. PBX driving

 
 
d. War dialing

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Question 2

 
1 / 1 point

__________ cryptography is the most common method on the Internet for authenticating a message sender or encrypting a message.
 
 
a. Symmetric

 
 
b. Hash-based

 
 
c. Private-key

 
 
d. Public-key

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Question 3

 
1 / 1 point

__________ is a lightweight Knoppix version cut to 50 MB for a business-card-sized CD.
 
 
a. Gnoppix

 
 
b. GeeXboX

 
 
c. Morphix

 
 
d. Damn Small Linux

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Question 4

 
1 / 1 point

The __________ utility tests the integrity of an ODBC data source.
 
 
a. odbcping

 
 
b. ASPRunner

 
 
c. FlexTracer

 
 
d. DbEncrypt

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Question 5

 
1 / 1 point

In the TCP/IP stack, the __________ layer is where applications and protocols, such as HTTP and Telnet, operate.
 
 
a. Internet

 
 
b. network

 
 
c. transport

 
 
d. application

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Question 6

 
1 / 1 point

Attackers can use a simple test to find out if an application is vulnerable to an OLE DB error. They can fill in the username and password fields with __________.
 
 
a. a pound sign

 
 
b. two dashes

 
 
c. a single quotation mark

 
 
d. double quotes

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Question 7

 
1 / 1 point

__________ allow attackers to pass malicious code to different systems via a web application.
 
 
a. SQL injection attacks

 
 
b. XSS vulnerabilities

 
 
c. Authentication hijacking attacks

 
 
d. Command injection flaws

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Question 8

 
1 / 1 point

A __________ is a trusted entity that signs certificates and can vouch for the identity of the user and the user's public key.
 
 
a. verification authority

 
 
b. certification authority

 
 
c. validation authority

 
 
d. registration authority

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