[Free] 2018(Jan) Dumps4cert Examcollection ECCouncil 312-38 Dumps with VCE and PDF 131-140
EC-Council Network Security Administrator (ENSA)
Question No: 131 – (Topic 2)
Which of the following router configuration modes changes terminal settings on a temporary basis, performs basic tests, and lists system information?
Answer: D Explanation:
User EXEC is one of the router configuration modes that changes terminal settings on a temporary basis, performs basic tests, and lists system information.
Answer option C is incorrect. Privileged EXEC sets operating parameters.
Answer option A is incorrect. Global Config modifies configuration that affects the system as a whole.
Answer option B is incorrect. Interface Config modifies the operation of an interface.
Question No: 132 – (Topic 2)
Which of the following is the primary international body for fostering cooperative standards for telecommunications equipment and systems?
Answer: D Explanation:
CCITT is the primary international body for fostering cooperative standards for telecommunications equipment and systems. It is now known as the ITU-T (for Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunications Union). The ITU-T mission is to ensure the efficient and timely production of standards covering all fields of telecommunications on a worldwide basis, as well as defining tariff and accounting principles for international telecommunication services.
Answer option A is incorrect. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a non-profit organization that oversees the allocation of IP addresses, management of the DNS infrastructure, protocol parameter assignment, and root server system management.
Answer option B is incorrect. The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is a society of technical professionals. It promotes the development and application of electro- technology and allied sciences. IEEE develops communications and network standards, among other activities. The organization publishes number of journals, has many local chapters, and societies in specialized areas.
Answer option C is incorrect. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), known between 1901 and 1988 as the National Bureau of Standards (NBS), is a measurement standards laboratory which is a non-regulatory agency of the United States Department of Commerce. The institute#39;s official mission is as follows:
To promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement
science, standards, and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve quality of life.
NIST had an operating budget for fiscal year 2007 (October 1, 2006-September 30, 2007) of about $843.3 million. NIST#39;s 2009 budget was $992 million, but it also received $610 million as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. NIST employs about 2,900 scientists, engineers, technicians, and support and administrative personnel. About 1,800 NIST associates (guest researchers and engineers from American companies and foreign nations) complement the staff. In addition, NIST partners with 1,400 manufacturing specialists and staff at nearly 350 affiliated centers around the country.
Question No: 133 – (Topic 2)
Which of the following is an exterior gateway protocol that communicates using a Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and sends the updated router table information?
Answer: D Explanation:
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is an exterior gateway protocol. It communicates using a Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and sends the updated router table information. The best path is chosen on the basis of cost metric associated with the route. It is used between gateway hosts in a network.
Answer option C is incorrect. Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a routing protocol that is used in large networks. Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) designates OSPF as one of the Interior Gateway Protocols. A host uses OSPF to obtain a change in the routing table and to immediately multicast updated information to all the other hosts in the network.
Answer option A is incorrect. IGMP stands for Internet Group Management Protocol. IGMP is a communication protocol that is used to manage the membership of Internet protocol multicast groups. It is an integral part of the IP multicast specification. Although it does not actually act as a transport protocol, it operates above the network layer. It is analogous to ICMP for unicast connections. It is susceptible to some attacks, so firewalls commonly allow the user to disable it if not needed.
Answer option B is incorrect. ICMP Router Discovery Protocol (IRDP) uses Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) router advertisements and router solicitation messages to allow a host to discover the addresses of operational routers on the subnet.It basically consists of 2 message types used for discovering local routers. The message type 9 is sent periodically or on request (using a message of type 10) to the local subnet from the local routers to propagate themselves. On boot, the client may send an ICMP message of type 10 to ask for local routers. When a client receives a message type 9, they add the router to their local routing-table.
Question No: 134 – (Topic 2)
Which of the following statements are true about a wireless network?
Each correct answer represents a complete solution. Choose all that apply.
Data can be shared easily between wireless devices.
It provides mobility to users to access a network.
Data can be transmitted in different ways by using Cellular Networks, Mobitex, DataTAC, etc.
It is easy to connect.
Answer: A,B,C,D Explanation:
The advantages of a wireless network are as follows: It provides mobility to users to access a network.
It is easy to connect.
The initial cost to set up a wireless network is low as compared to that of manual cable network.Data can be transmitted in different ways by using Cellular Networks, Mobitex, DataTAC, etc.Data can be shared easily between the wireless devices.
Question No: 135 DRAG DROP – (Topic 2)
Drag and drop the terms to match with their descriptions.
Question No: 136 – (Topic 2)
Which of the following is a device that receives a digital signal on an electromagnetic or optical transmission medium and regenerates the signal along the next leg of the medium?
Answer: B Explanation:
A repeater is an electronic device that receives a signal and retransmits it at a higher level and/or higher power, or onto the other side of an obstruction, so that the signal can cover longer distances. A repeater is a device that receives a digital signal on an electromagnetic or optical transmission medium and regenerates the signal along the next leg of the medium. In electromagnetic media, repeaters overcome the attenuation caused by free-
space electromagnetic-field divergence or cable loss. A series of repeaters make possible the extension of a signal over a distance. Repeaters remove the unwanted noise in an incoming signal. Unlike an analog signal, the original digital signal, even if weak or distorted, can be clearly perceived and restored. With analog transmission, signals are restrengthened with amplifiers which unfortunately also amplify noise as well as information. An example of a wireless repeater is shown in the figure below:
Answer option D is incorrect. A transceiver is a device that has both a transmitter and a receiver in a single package.
Answer option A is incorrect. A gateway is a network interconnectivity device that translates different communication protocols and is used to connect dissimilar network technologies. It provides greater functionality than a router or bridge because a gateway functions both as a translator and a router. Gateways are slower than bridges and routers. A gateway is an application layer device.
Answer option C is incorrect. A network adapter is used to interface a computer to a network. quot;Device driverquot; is a piece of software through which Windows and other operating systems support both wired and wireless network adapters. Network drivers allow application software to communicate with the adapter hardware. Network device drivers are often installed automatically when adapter hardware is first powered on.
Question No: 137 – (Topic 2)
Mark works as a Network Administrator for Infonet Inc. The company has a Windows 2000 Active Directory domain-based network. The domain contains one hundred Windows XP Professional client computers. Mark is deploying an 802.11 wireless LAN on the network. The wireless LAN will use Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) for all the connections.
According to the company#39;s security policy, the client computers must be able to
automatically connect to the wireless LAN. However, the unauthorized computers must not be allowed to connect to the wireless LAN and view the wireless network. Mark wants to configure all the wireless access points and client computers to act in accordance with the company#39;s security policy. What will he do to accomplish this? Each correct answer represents a part of the solution. Choose three.
Install a firewall software on each wireless access point.
Configure the authentication type for the wireless LAN to Shared Key.
Disable SSID Broadcast and enable MAC address filtering on all wireless access points.
Broadcast SSID to connect to the access point (AP).
Configure the authentication type for the wireless LAN to Open system.
On each client computer, add the SSID for the wireless LAN as the preferred network.
Answer: B,C,F Explanation:
To configure all the wireless access points and client computers to act in accordance with the company#39;s security policy, Mark will take the following actions:
Configure the authentication type for the wireless LAN to Shared Key. Shared Key authentication provides access control.Disable SSID Broadcast and enable MAC address filtering on all the wireless access points. Disabling SSID Broadcast and enabling MAC address filtering will prevent unauthorized wireless client computers from connecting to the access point (AP). Only the computers with particular MAC addresses will be able to connect to the wireless access points.On each client computer, add the SSID for the wireless LAN as the preferred network.
Answer option E is incorrect. Setting the authentication type for the wireless LAN to Open System will disable Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP). This level of WEP will not provide security.
Question No: 138 – (Topic 2)
Which of the following steps of the OPSEC process examines each aspect of the planned operation to identify OPSEC indicators that could reveal critical information and then compare those indicators with the adversary#39;s intelligence collection capabilities identified in the previous action?
Analysis of Threats
Analysis of Vulnerabilities
Assessment of Risk
Identification of Critical Information
Application of Appropriate OPSEC Measures
Answer: B Explanation:
OPSEC is a 5-step process that helps in developing protection mechanisms in order to safeguard sensitive information and preserve essential secrecy. The OPSEC process has five steps, which are as follows:
Identification of Critical Information: This step includes identifying information vitally needed by an adversary, which focuses the remainder of the OPSEC process on protecting vital information, rather than attempting to protect all classified or sensitive unclassified information.
Analysis of Threats: This step includes the research and analysis of intelligence, counter- intelligence, and open source information to identify likely adversaries to a planned operation.
Analysis of Vulnerabilities: It includes examining each aspect of the planned operation to identify OPSEC indicators that could reveal critical information and then comparing those indicators with the adversary#39;s intelligence collection capabilities identified in the previous action. 4.Assessment of Risk: Firstly, planners analyze the vulnerabilities identified in the previous action and identify possible OPSEC measures for each vulnerability. Secondly, specific OPSEC measures are selected for execution based upon a risk assessment done by the commander and staff.
5.Application of Appropriate OPSEC Measures: The command implements the OPSEC measures selected in the assessment of risk action or, in the case of planned future operations and activities, includes the measures in specific OPSEC plans.
Question No: 139 – (Topic 2)
Which of the following is a communication protocol that multicasts messages and information among all member devices in an IP multicast group?
Answer: B Explanation:
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is a communication protocol that multicasts messages and information among all member devices in an IP multicast group. However, multicast traffic is sent to a single MAC address but is processed by multiple hosts. It can be effectively used for gaming and showing online videos. IGMP is vulnerable to network attacks. Answer option A is incorrect. Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) is a maintenance protocol that allows routers and host computers to swap basic control information when data is sent from one computer to another. It is generally considered a part of the IP layer. It allows the computers on a network to share error and status information. An ICMP message, which is encapsulated within an IP datagram, is very useful to troubleshoot the network connectivity and can be routed throughout the Internet. Answer option C is incorrect. BGP stands for Border Gateway Protocol. It is an interautonomous system routing protocol and is a form of Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP). This protocol is defined in RFC-1267 and RFC-1268. It is used for exchanging network reachability information with other BGP systems. This information includes a complete list of intermediate autonomous systems that the network traffic has to cover in order to reach a particular network. This information is used for figuring out loop-free interdomain routing between autonomous systems. BGP-4 is the latest version of BGP. Answer option D is incorrect. Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP) is a protocol that exchanges routing information between different autonomous systems. It is commonly used between hosts on the Internet to exchange routing table information. Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the only active EGP.
Question No: 140 – (Topic 2)
In which of the following attacks do computers act as zombies and work together to send out bogus messages, thereby increasing the amount of phony traffic?
Answer: C Explanation:
In the distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack, an attacker uses multiple computers throughout the network that it has previously infected. Such computers act as zombies and work together to send out bogus messages, thereby increasing the amount of phony traffic. 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 down and shut down. TFN, TRIN00, etc. are tools used for the DDoS attack.
Answer option A is incorrect. A Smurf attack is a type of attack that uses third-party intermediaries to defend against, and get back to the originating system. In a Smurf attack, a false ping packet is forwarded by the originating system. The broadcast address of the third-party network is the packet#39;s destination. Hence, each machine on the third-party network has a copy of the ping request. The victim system is the originator. The originator rapidly forwards a large number of these requests via different intermediary networks. The victim gets overwhelmed by these large number of requests.
Answer option B is incorrect. A buffer-overflow attack is performed when a hacker fills a field, typically an address bar, with more characters than it can accommodate. The excess characters can be run as executable code, effectively giving the hacker control of the computer and overriding any security measures set. There are two main types of buffer overflow attacks:
stack-based buffer overflow attack:
Stack-based buffer overflow attack uses a memory object known as a stack. The hacker develops the code which reserves a specific amount of space for the stack. If the input of user is longer than the amount of space reserved for it within the stack, then the stack will overflow.
heap-based buffer overflow attack:
Heap-based overflow attack floods the memory space reserved for the programs.
Answer option D is incorrect. Bonk attack is a variant of the teardrop attack that affects mostly Windows computers by sending corrupt UDP packets to DNS port 53. It is a type of denial-of-service (DoS) attack. A bonk attack manipulates a fragment offset field in TCP/IP packets. This field tells a computer how to reconstruct a packet that was fragmented, because it is difficult to transmit big packets. A bonk attack causes the target computer to reassemble a packet that is too big to be reassembled and causes the target computer to crash.
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