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Question No. 1
Which Cisco IPS CLI command shows the most fired signature?
Question No. 2
What is the maximum message size that the Cisco Email Security Appliance will accept from the violet.public domain?
Question No. 3
Which five system management and reporting protocols are supported by the Cisco Intrusion Prevention System? (Choose five.)
Question No. 4
Over the period of one day, several Atomic ARP engine alerts fired on the same IP address. You observe that each time an alert fired, requests on the IP address exceeded replies by the same number. Which configuration could cause this behavior?
Question No. 5
r01(config)#ip wccp web-cache redirect-list 80 password local
Refer to the above. What can be determined from this router configuration command for Cisco WSA?
Question No. 6
Which action cloud reduce the security of the management interface of the Cisco ESA appliance?
Question No. 7
An engineer must deploy email security to a large enterprise with multiple offices. Each office cannot support its own ESA appliance. What technology best supports email security across the organization?
Question No. 8
Elliptic curve cryptography is a stronger more efficient cryptography method meant to replace which current encryption technology?
Question No. 9
What is the status of OS Identification?
Understanding Passive OS Fingerprinting
Passive OS fingerprinting lets the sensor determine the OS that hosts are running. The sensor analyzes network traffic between hosts and stores the OS of these hosts with their IP addresses. The sensor inspects TCP SYN and SYNACK packets exchanged on the network to determine the OS type.
The sensor then uses the OS of the target host OS to determine the relevance of the attack to the victim by computing the attack relevance rating component of the risk rating. Based on the relevance of the attack, the sensor may alter the risk rating of the alert for the attack and/or the sensor may filter the alert for the attack. You can then use the risk rating to reduce the number of false positive alerts (a benefit in IDS mode) or definitively drop suspicious packets (a benefit in IPS mode). Passive OS fingerprinting also enhances the alert output by reporting the victim OS, the source of the OS identification, and the relevance to the victim OS in the alert.
Passive OS fingerprinting consists of three components:
*Passive OS learning
Passive OS learning occurs as the sensor observes traffic on the network. Based on the characteristics of TCP SYN and SYNACK packets, the sensor makes a determination of the OS running on the host of the source IP address.
*User-configurable OS identification
You can configure OS host mappings, which take precedence over learned OS mappings.
*Computation of attack relevance rating and risk rating.
Question No. 10
Which proxy mode must be used on Cisco WSA to redirect TCP traffic with WCCP?
Question No. 11
Which command is used on the cisco firepower threat defense to send logs to cisco tac?
Question No. 12
An engineer wants to improve web traffic performance by proxy caching. Which technology provides this improvement?
Question No. 13
Which command verifies that the correct CWS license key information was entered on the Cisco ASA?
Question No. 14
Which Cisco AMP for Endpoints, what, is meant by simple custom detection?
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