#UnOfficial Security+ Quiz set #1 (6 quizzes)
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#UnOfficial Security+ Quiz set #1 (6 quizzes)

Review questions to prepare for the Security + Exam
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Last updated 5/2018
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#UnOfficial Security+ Quiz set #1 (6 quizzes)
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  • Preparing for the Security+ Exam
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+ Practice Tests
6 Tests 87 questions

network questions

Networks and the Internet
15 questions

Answering these questions correctly, you will be able
to do the following:
■ Understand how denial of service attacks are accomplished
■ Know how certain denial of service attacks work, such as SYN flood, Smurf, and
distributed denial of service
■ Take specific measures to protect against denial of service attacks
■ Know how to defend against specific denial of service attacks

Denial of Service Attacks
15 questions

Answering these questions correctly, you will be able
to do the following:

■ Understand viruses (worms) and how they propagate, including the Sobig and Sasser
types
■ Have a working knowledge of several specific virus outbreaks
■ Understand how virus scanners operate
■ Understand what a Trojan horse is and how it operates
■ Have a working knowledge of several specific Trojan horse attacks
■ Grasp the concept behind the buffer-overflow attack
■ Have a better understanding of spyware and how it enters a system
■ Defend against each of these attacks through sound practices, antivirus software, and
antispyware software


Malware
15 questions

Answering these questions correctly, you will be able
to do the following:

■ Understand the basic methodology used by hackers
■ Be familiar with some of the basic hacking tools
■ Understand the hacking mentality


Industrial Espionage in Cyberspace
12 questions


Answering these questions correctly, you will be able to do the following:

■ Evaluate the effectiveness of a scanner based on how it works ■ Choose the best type of firewall for a given organization ■ Understand antispyware methods ■ Employ intrusion detection systems to detect problems on your system ■ Understand honey pots


Techniques used by hackers
15 questions

Answering these questions correctly, you will be able to do the following:

■ Explain the basics of encryption

■ Discuss modern cryptography methods

■ Select appropriate cryptography for your organization

Encryption
15 questions
Description

Cyber threats have evolved significantly in the past decade, and protecting your business’s network from cyber attacks should be a top priority.

Test your knowledge on cybersecurity topics and terms by taking these 20-question quizzes. 

CompTIA Security+ Practice Exam. With the CompTIA Security+ Certification, you'll be able to demonstrate your knowledge regarding communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography, access control, authentication, external attack mitigation and operational and organization security.

The Security+ exam covers the most important foundational principles for securing a network and managing risk.  Access control, identity management and cryptography are important topics on the exam, as well as selection of appropriate mitigation and deterrent techniques to address network attacks and vulnerabilities. 

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone preparing for the Security+ exam and needing more questions to reinforce their knowledge, or Anyone just interested in Information Security