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1. Which mitigation technology for web-based threats prevents the removal of confidential data from the network?

2. Which two models of ASA tend to be used in a data center? (Choose two)

3. Which EAP method authenticates a client against Active Directory without the use of client-side 802.1X certificates?

4. Which attack can be prevented by OSPF authentication?

5. Which term refers to the electromagnetic interference that can radiate from network cables?

6. Which attack involves large numbers of ICMP packets with a spoofed source IP address?

7. In which type of attack does an attacker overwrite an entry in the CAM table to divert traffic destined to a legitimate host?

8. What are two default behaviors of the traffic on a zone based firewall? (Choose two)

9. There are two versions of IKE IKEv1 and IKEv2 Both IKEv1 and IKEv2 protocols operate in phases. IKEv1 operates in two phases. IKEv2 operates in how many phases?

10. What is a limitation of network-based IPS?


 

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