Best EC-Council 312-50v12 Exam Questions For Preparation

Best EC-Council 312-50v12 Exam Questions For Preparation

For over 20 years, EC-Council has worked to build the best Ethical Hacking Certification on the market, the Certified Ethical Hacker. The current version is V12, candidates can register for the 312-50v12 exam to complete the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker Exam (CEHv12). If you want to pass the 312-50v12 exam with the best score then you must opt for the best EC-Council 312-50v12 exam questions offered by ITPrepare. Below are the 312-50v12 free demos for reading.

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1. Suppose your company has just passed a security risk assessment exercise. The results display that the risk of the breach in the main company application is 50%. Security staff has taken some measures and implemented the necessary controls. After that, another security risk assessment was performed showing that risk has decreased to 10%. The risk threshold for the application is 20%.

Which of the following risk decisions will be the best for the project in terms of its successful continuation with the most business profit?

2. Which mode of IPSec should you use to assure security and confidentiality of data within the same LAN?

3. Which of the following viruses tries to hide from anti-virus programs by actively altering and corrupting the chosen service call interruptions when they are being run?

4. What is the proper response for a NULL scan if the port is closed?

5. Which of the following represents the initial two commands that an IRC client sends to join an IRC network?

6. Joseph was the Web site administrator for the Mason Insurance in New York, who's main Web site was located at Joseph uses his laptop computer regularly to administer the Web site. One night, Joseph received an urgent phone call from his friend, Smith. According to Smith, the main Mason Insurance web site had been vandalized! All of its normal content was removed and replaced with an attacker's message ''Hacker Message: You are dead! Freaks!” From his office, which was directly connected to Mason Insurance's internal network, Joseph surfed to the Web site using his laptop. In his browser, the Web site looked completely intact.

No changes were apparent. Joseph called a friend of his at his home to help troubleshoot the problem. The Web site appeared defaced when his friend visited using his DSL connection. So, while Smith and his friend could see the defaced page, Joseph saw the intact Mason Insurance web site. To help make sense of this problem, Joseph decided to access the Web site using hisdial-up ISP. He disconnected his laptop from the corporate internal network and used his modem to dial up the same ISP used by Smith.

After his modem connected, he quickly typed in his browser to reveal the following web page:

After seeing the defaced Web site, he disconnected his dial-up line, reconnected to the internal network, and used Secure Shell (SSH) to log in directly to the Web server. He ran Tripwire against the entire Web site, and determined that every system file and all the Web content on the server were intact.

How did the attacker accomplish this hack?

7. What is the purpose of a demilitarized zone on a network?

8. 1.Which of the following tools performs comprehensive tests against web servers, including dangerous files and CGIs?

9. Your company performs penetration tests and security assessments for small and medium-sized business in the local area. During a routine security assessment, you discover information that suggests your client is involved with human trafficking.

What should you do?

10. What kind of detection techniques is being used in antivirus software that identifies malware by collecting data from multiple protected systems and instead of analyzing files locally it’s made on the provider’s environment?


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