CompTIA Security+ SY0-501 Exam Questions and Answers (1)

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Question 41: Two users need to send each other emails over unsecured channels. The system should support the principle of non-repudiation. Which of the following should be used to sign the user’s certificates?


Question 42: Which of the following attack types BEST describes a client-side attack that is used to manipulate an HTML iframe with JavaScript code via a web browser?

A. Buffer overflow

Question 43: An incident responder receives a call from a user who reports a computer is exhibiting symptoms consistent with a malware infection. Which of the following steps should the responder perform NEXT?

A. Capture and document necessary information to assist in the response.
B. Request the user capture and provide a screenshot or recording of the symptoms.
C. Use a remote desktop client to collect and analyze the malware in real time.
D. Ask the user to back up files for later recovery.

Question 44: A senior incident response manager receives a call about some external IPs communicating with internal computers during off hours. Which of the following types of malware is MOST likely causing this issue?

A. Botnet
B. Ransomware
C. Polymorphic malware
D. Armored virus

Question 45: Which of the following technologies employ the use of SAML? (Choose two.)

A. Single sign-on
B. Federation
D. Secure token

Question 46: Which of the following network vulnerability scan indicators BEST validates a successful, active scan?

A. The scan job is scheduled to run during off-peak hours.
B. The scan output lists SQL injection attack vectors.
C. The scan data identifies the use of privileged-user credentials.
D. The scan results identify the hostname and IP address.

Question 47: Which of the following is the BEST explanation of why control diversity is important in a defense-in-depth architecture?

A. Social engineering is used to bypass technical controls, so having diversity in controls minimizes the risk of demographic exploitation
B. Hackers often impact the effectiveness of more than one control, so having multiple copies of individual controls provides redundancy
C. Technical exploits to defeat controls are released almost every day; control diversity provides overlapping protection.
D. Defense-in-depth relies on control diversity to provide multiple levels of network hierarchy that allow user domain segmentation

Question 48: An information security specialist is reviewing the following output from a Linux server.
user@server:~$ crontab -1
5**** /usr/local/bin/
user@server:~$ cat /usr/local/bin/
if !grep--quiet joeuser/etc/passwd
then rm -rf/

Based on the above information, which of the following types of malware was installed on the server?

A. Logic bomb
B. Trojan
C. Backdoor
D. Ransomware
E. Rootkit

Question 49: In terms of encrypting data, which of the following is BEST described as a way to safeguard password data by adding random data to it in storage?

A. Using salt
B. Using hash algorithms
C. Implementing elliptical curve
D. Implementing PKI

Question 50: A system administrator wants to provide for and enforce wireless access accountability during events where external speakers are invited to make presentations to a mixed audience of employees and nonemployees.
Which of the following should the administrator implement?

A. Shared accounts
B. Preshared passwords
C. Least privilege
D. Sponsored guest

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