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ECCouncil 312-50v11 Exam Overview :

Exam Name: Certified Ethical Hacker Exam (CEH v11)
Exam Code: 312-50v11 Dumps
Vendor: ECCouncil Certification: CEH v11
Questions: 528 Q&A's Shared By: ayzel
Question 8

What is the most common method to exploit the “Bash Bug” or “Shellshock” vulnerability?

Options:

A.

SYN Flood

B.

SSH

C.

Through Web servers utilizing CGI (Common Gateway Interface) to send a malformed environment variable to a vulnerable Web server

D.

Manipulate format strings in text fields

Discussion
Question 9

Which type of attack attempts to overflow the content-addressable memory (CAM) table in an Ethernet switch?

Options:

A.

Evil twin attack

B.

DNS cache flooding

C.

MAC flooding

D.

DDoS attack

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Question 10

How does a denial-of-service attack work?

Options:

A.

A hacker prevents a legitimate user (or group of users) from accessing a service

B.

A hacker uses every character, word, or letter he or she can think of to defeat authentication

C.

A hacker tries to decipher a password by using a system, which subsequently crashes the network

D.

A hacker attempts to imitate a legitimate user by confusing a computer or even another person

Discussion
Question 11

Internet Protocol Security IPsec is actually a suite pf protocols. Each protocol within the suite provides different functionality. Collective IPsec does everything except.

Options:

A.

Protect the payload and the headers

B.

Encrypt

C.

Work at the Data Link Layer

D.

Authenticate

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