CEH Certified Ethical Hacker Practice Exams, Third Edition

CEH Certified Ethical Hacker Practice Exams, Third Edition

Language: English

Pages: 352

ISBN: 1259836606

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Hundreds of accurate practice questions--thoroughly revised for the CEH v9 exam

Fully updated for the CEH v9 exam objectives, this comprehensive guide contains more than 500 practice questions to prepare readers for the EC-Council's Certified Ethical Hacker exam. All questions match the actual exam in content, format, and feel. To aid in understanding the material, in-depth explanations of both the correct and incorrect answers are provided for every question.

CEH Certified Ethical Hacker Practice Exams, Third Edition, offers practice test items from each domain of the latest CEH exam―including knowledge, performance, and scenario-based questions. A valuable pre-assessment test evaluates readiness and identifies areas requiring further study. Designed to help readers pass the exam with ease, this is the perfect companion to CEH Certified Ethical Hacker All-in-One Exam Guide, Third Edition.

  • Features more than 500 realistic questions with detailed answer explanations
  • Electronic content includes 2 complete practice exams and a PDF copy of the book
  • Written by an experienced educator with more than 30 years of experience in the field

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of the water, sneaking up to fish, and watching them eat the bait is pure awesomeness. Here on the flats of East-Central Florida, you can catch fish just by paddling around and casting blindly all around you. But if you want to catch good fish and catch them with more regularity, you have learned how to read the water. Look around in your mind’s eye with me and scan the water around us. See that little ripple over there? Those are mullet swimming around in circles lazily. Nothing is after them,

identification numbers gleaned from the zombie machine are incrementing randomly. What does this mean? A. Your IDLE scan results will not be useful to you. B. The zombie system is a honeypot. C. There is a misbehaving firewall between you and the zombie machine. D. This is an expected result during an IDLE scan. 11. As a pen test on a major international business moves along, a colleague discovers an IIS server and a mail exchange server on a DMZ subnet. You review a ping sweep accomplished

IPv6, ICMPv6, TCP over IPv6, and UDP over IPv6 protocols).” It’s a great, easy way to see which ports you have open on your system, helping you to identify any naughty Trojans that may be hanging around. A netstat –an command will show all connections and listening ports in numerical form.   B is incorrect because the –b option displays the executable involved in creating each connection or listening port. Its output appears something like this:   C is incorrect because the –e flag displays

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