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AWS Security Speciality Exam Exam Details
Total Questions : 325
Type of Questions : Multiple choice
Duration : 200 min for 90 questions
Passing Score : 70
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You have just recently set up a web and database tier in a VPC and hosted the application. When testing the application , you are not able to reach the home page for the app. You have verified the security groups. What can help you diagnose the issue.
A) Use VPC Flow logs to diagnose the traffic
B) Use the AWS(Amazon Web Service) Trusted Advisor to se what can be done.
C) Use AWS(Amazon Web Service) WAF to analyze the traffic
D)Use AWS(Amazon Web Service) Guard Duty to analyze the traffic (Incorrect)
Option A is invalid because this can be used to check for security issues in your account , but not verify as to why you cannot reach the home page for your application Option C is invalid because this used to protect your app against application layer attacks , but not verify as to why you cannot reach the home page for your application Option D is invalid because this used to protect your instance against attacks , but not verify as to why you cannot reach the home page for your application The AWS(Amazon Web Service) Documentation mentions the following VPC Flow Logs capture network flow information for a VPC, subnet, or network interface and stores it in Amazon CloudWatch Logs. Flow log data can help customers troubleshoot network issues; for example, to diagnose why specific traffic is not reaching an instance, which might be a result of overly restrictive security group rules. Customers can also use flow logs as a security tool to monitor the traffic that reaches their instances, to profile network traffic, and to look for abnormal traffic behaviours For more information on AWS(Amazon Web Service) Security, please visit the following URL