ECCouncil EC0-350 Exam Dumps


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Certification Name: CEH Certified Ethical Hacker Exams
Exam Name: Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures V8

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Several of your co-workers are having a discussion over the etc/passwd file. They are at
odds over what types of encryption are used to secure Linux passwords.(Choose all that
apply.

 

Linux passwords can be encrypted with MD5

 

Linux passwords can be encrypted with SHA

 

Linux passwords can be encrypted with DES

 

Linux passwords can be encrypted with Blowfish

 

Linux passwords are encrypted with asymmetric algrothims


Linux passwords can be encrypted with MD5


Linux passwords can be encrypted with DES


Linux passwords can be encrypted with Blowfish


Linux passwords are enrcypted using MD5, DES, and the NEW addition
Blowfish. The default on most linux systems is dependant on the distribution, RedHat uses
MD5, while slackware uses DES. The blowfish option is there for those who wish to use it.
The encryption algorithm in use can be determined by authconfig on RedHat-based
systems, or by reviewing one of two locations, on PAM-based systems (Pluggable
Authentication Module) it can be found in /etc/pam.d/, the system-auth file or authconfig
files. In other systems it can be found in /etc/security/ directory.





How would you prevent session hijacking attacks?

 

Using biometrics access tokens secures sessions against hijacking

 

Using non-Internet protocols like http secures sessions against hijacking

 

Using hardware-based authentication secures sessions against hijacking

 

Using unpredictable sequence numbers secures sessions against hijacking


Using unpredictable sequence numbers secures sessions against hijacking


Protection of a session needs to focus on the unique session identifier
because it is the only thing that distinguishes users. If the session ID is compromised,
attackers can impersonate other users on the system. The first thing is to ensure that the
sequence of identification numbers issued by the session management system is
unpredictable; otherwise, it's trivial to hijack another user's session. Having a large number
of possible session IDs (meaning that they should be very long) means that there are a lot
more permutations for an attacker to try.





Henry is an attacker and wants to gain control of a system and use it to flood a target
system with requests, so as to prevent legitimate users from gaining access. What type of
attack is Henry using?

 

Henry is executing commands or viewing data outside the intended target path

 

Henry is using a denial of service attack which is a valid threat used by an attacker

 

Henry is taking advantage of an incorrect configuration that leads to access with higherthan-
expected privilege

 

Henry uses poorly designed input validation routines to create or alter commands to
gain access to unintended data or execute commands


Henry is using a denial of service attack which is a valid threat used by an attacker


Henry’s intention is to perform a DoS attack against his target, possibly a
DDoS attack. He uses systems other than his own to perform the attack in order to cover
the tracks back to him and to get more “punch” in the DoS attack if he uses multiple
systems.





Exhibit:

Given the following extract from the snort log on a honeypot, what do you infer from the
attack?

 

A new port was opened

 

A new user id was created

 

The exploit was successful

 

The exploit was not successful


The exploit was not successful


The attacker submits a PASS to the honeypot and receives a login incorrect
before disconnecting.





Which of the following snort rules look for FTP root login attempts?

 

alert tcp -> any port 21 (msg:"user root";)

 

alert ftp -> ftp (content:"user password root";)

 

alert tcp any any -> any any 21 (content:"user root";)


alert tcp any any -> any any 21 (content:"user root";)


The snort rule header is built by defining action (alert), protocol (tcp), from IP
subnet port (any any), to IP subnet port (any any 21), Payload Detection Rule Options
(content:”user root”;)



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