Question 43: A hacker targets a web server attempting to exploit a cryptographic weakness associated with the broad support for both SSL and TLS symmetric keys. What type of attack is being attempted?Question 43: A hacker targets a web server attempting to exploit a cryptographic weakness associated with the broad support for both SSL and TLS symmetric keys. What type of attack is being attempted?By Steve Fullmer and Mike DanseglioBUY NOW $495 Buy for Teams Video Courses > CompTIA Security+ Certification Video Course Share Sign In CartModule 1: CompTIA Security + Certification Requirements– Introduction to the Course, Quizzes and Labs 1:25 Navigating the Lab Environment 5:14 Security + Exam Objectives 3:41 Security + Exam Environment 3:41 Security + Exam Preparation 5:39 Security+ Exam Study Tips 4:15 CompTIA Continuing Education Program (Why to Register) 2:29 Department of Defense DoD 8570 Directive - Technical and Managerial Tracks 3:12Module 2: Risk components and Terms– Understand Risk Components and Terms 6:38 Recognize Risk Response Categories 5:10 Determine Response Types 7:01 Understand the Risk Timeline 5:02 Recognize Alternate Terminology 5:50 Compare Risk Values 7:11 Solve ALE 5:37 Module 2: Launch Quiz Question 2: Which description best identifies security controls? 3:11 Question 4: Your company is located in a new industrial zoned area of the city... 3:38 Question 5: As a brand new security officer, you are asked to justify funding... 3:14 Question 16: Identify each of the following attacks for their characteristics: 4:50Module 3: Maximum Tolerable Downtime (MTD) Model– Maximum Tolerable Downtime (MTD) Terms 4:24 MTD Timeline 3:18 MTD Examples 3:51 Module 3: Launch Quiz Question 6: Select all the terms associated with the model for planning responses to security events: 2:38 Question 7: Match Each of the Following Terms with their definitions: 5:06 Question 8: You work as a security officer for a call center. You need to make certain that... 3:27Module 4: Basic Security Terms and Categories– Identify and Differentiate Security Concepts 6:12 Join the CIA 5:43 Can you say AAA? 4:42 Categorizing the Five Authentication Factors 6:37 Multifactoring Authentication 3:11 Least Privilege Concept 5:12 Logging, Accounting and Auditing 5:55 Attacks 8:51 Attacks vs Incidents 5:23 Business Impact Analysis 6:27 Impact Targets 7:14 Assessing Privacy 4:46 Wearing the Hats 6:54 Reconnaissance Sequence 8:53 Penetration Testing 7:53 Identify Attackers Part 1 9:37 Identify Attackers Part 2 8:08 Recognize Hacktivists 4:32 Classify Attacker Attributes 5:43 Simplify Basic Systems Attacks 7:25 Define Vulnerability 3:15 Define Social Engineering 8:27 Compare Natural vs Man Made 5:43 Define Open Source Intelligence 6:26 Define Falsehoods 5:22 Distinguish DLP 5:29 Recognize Intrusions 4:02 Compare Real to False 5:21 Manage Security 3:12 Conduct Reviews 5:12 Select Assessments 4:24 Identify Controls 5:44 Categorize Controls Part 1 6:01 Categorize Controls Part 2 4:10 Expand Control Acronyms 4:25 Monitor and Review 7:51 Module 4: Launch Quiz Question 13: An attacker gains some knowledge of your infrastructure and some perimeter defenses while... 3:54 Question 14: Reconnaissance, sometimes called ‘attacking the castle’, follows a specific sequence. Place the steps on the left into the correct order on the right: 5:06 Question 15: Match the following attacker types with their characteristics: 5:03 Question 17: What is a common term related to information exfiltration? 1:55 Question 18: What is the difference between security assessment and vulnerability assessment? 3:25 Question 19: You choose to implement logging in your WAP. What kind of solution have you implemented? 1:57Module 5: Defense in Depth Model– BitLocker System Integrity Verification 3:02 Explain the Defense in Depth Model 0:23 Layered Security Controls 2:50 Defining the Defense in Depth Model 3:17 Using the Defense in Depth Model 3:29Module 6: Basic Data States– Distinguish Between Basic Data Status 0:38 Data at Rest 0:54 Data at Transit 0:58 Data in Use 1:06Module 7: Authentication Models– Identify Basic Authorization Models 1:35 What is Authorization 1:24 Discretionary Access Control 5:26 Mandatory Access Control 3:32 Role-Based Access Control 5:44 Rule-Based Access Control 3:59 Understand Data Security Concepts 1:04 What is Data Security 3:39 The Process of Securing Data 2:47 Defining Data Classifications 9:16 Identifying Data Assets 5:20 Classifying Each Assets 3:29 Applying Controls to Each Asset 3:18 Destroying a Classified Assets 8:06Module 8: Security Authorization Techniques– Authorizing Tokens 3:15 Modernizing Authentication 5:21 Strengthening Passwords 4:34 Lengthening Passwords 3:13 Module 8: Launch Quiz Question 20: Which of the following is the strongest password? 2:25 LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 8 - Identify and Configure Account Security Settings 6:03 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 9: Common Account Management Controls– Permission vs Privilege 6:42 Concept of Least Privilege 4:11 Account Types 5:22 Policies: Account Policy and Password Policy 5:20 Multiple vs Shared Accounts 7:14 Managing Account Controls 1 9:16 Managing Account Controls 2 4:13 Location Based Services 5:07 Restricting Time of Day 2:56 Mandatory Vacation 5:06 Module 9: Launch Quiz Question 21: What authentication methodology restricts access only to essential functions? 1:46 Question 23: What does the concept of mandatory vacation suggest? 2:09 LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 9.1 - Restrict Employee Logon Hours 4:22 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIO Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 9.2 - Verify and Manage Security Group Membership 3:14 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 10: Federation Examples– Identifying Federation 4:21 Module 10: Launch Quiz Question 24: Which of the following are synonyms or forms of SSO? 2:04Module 11: Cryptographic Standards– Apply Cryptographic Standards 14:21 Explain Steganography 3:18 Recognize Basic Cryptographic Terms 6:18 Identify Cryptographic Design Concepts 14:06 Explain Symmetric Cryptography 5:57 Recognize Symmetric Terminology 8:28 Calculate XOR 5:51 Associate Security Goals 6:46 Relate the History of Asymmetry 8:21 Define Asymmetric Cryptography Elements 9:00 Explain Trust and Key Exchange 9:28 Introduce PKI 8:27 Recognize Session Keys and HTTPS 5:53 Describe Hashing 5:50 Salt your Hash 4:36 Stretch the Key 2:52 Identify Hash Functions 6:04 Identify Symmetric Algorithms 7:01 Identify Asymmetric Algorithm Components 9:52 Describe Certificate Based Key Exchange 6:01 List Cipher Suite Elements 5:33 Recognize Asymmetry Terms 5:10 Select Symmetric Solutions 6:17 Module 11: Launch Quiz Question 26: Match each of the following cryptographic terms with their general meanings: 3:26 Question 28: Which of the following cryptographic approaches cannot be reversed? 1:47 Question 31: Which symmetric algorithm does not support 192 bit key size block encryption? 1:44 Question 34: Asymmetric signing, also called a digital signature, encrypts the signature message with: 2:00 Question 36: Which of the following best describes SSL/TLS? 2:47 Question 38: What is the XOR result for the following numbers: 10111001 XOR 10010111 3:05 Question 39: Select the security goals that can be met by encryption: 3:15 Question 40: Which element of security do digital certificates enhance? 2:28Module 12: Cryptographic Attacks– Recognize Cryptographic Attacks 4:34 Differentiate Password Attacks 6:55 Downgrade Cryptography 5:24 Define Replay Attacks 4:56 Recognize Implementation Weakness 5:35 Module 12: Launch Quiz Question 42: A hacker attempted to determine your password algorithm by capturing the text and hash to determine the key. What type of attack has been executed? 2:30 Question 43: A hacker targets a web server attempting to exploit a cryptographic weakness associated with the broad support for both SSL and TLS symmetric keys. What type of attack is being attempted? 3:07Module 13: Certification Hierarchy Elements and Interactions– Understanding Public Key Infrastructure 4:48 Defining a Certificate 8:52 Defining a Certification Authority 5:27 Types of CA Hierarchy 3:37 Understanding the Certificate Issuance Process 4:18 Understanding Self-Signed Certificates 2:32 Identifying the Elements of a Certificate 6:45 Understanding Certificate Security Concepts 2:06 Protecting the Private Key 4:09 Identifying Common Uses for Certificates 3:25 Understanding FQDN and Wildcard Certificate Subjects 2:59 Determining Certificate Validity 12:30 Understanding Public Key Cryptographic Standards 6:23 LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 13.1 - Verify Certificate Validity 3:28 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIO Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 13.2 - Backup a Certificate and Private Key 4:11 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 14: Kerberos Authentication Process– Describe Kerberos Authentication 11:11 Module 14: Launch Quiz Question 45: Sequence the Kerberos Authentication Process in the correct order: 3:47Module 15: Windows OS Components and Processes– Legacy Boot Process 4:12 Current Boot Process 5:03 Recognizing Boot Files 4:39 Windows Image File 6:02 Sideloading 5:20 Windows Navigation 5:47 Programs and Features (Control Panel) 4:19 UAC vs Administrative Rights 3:43 Administrative (Security Related) Tools 3:30 Event Viewer and Filters (Overview) 3:38 Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance 7:18 PowerShell Overview 4:07 Windows Troubleshooters 2:52 Service Manager Settings 2:24 Module 15: Launch Quiz LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 15.1 - Investigate a Possible Rootkit Infection 2:33 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIO Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 15.2 - Configure Remote Desktop Security 3:06 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 16: System and Software Attacks– Finding Attack Surface 4:07 Creating Deception - Part 1 6:27 Creating Deception - Part 2 3:22 Being Malicious 7:42 Malware Part 1 8:03 Malware Part 2 5:03 Gaining Remote Access 4:18 Blocking Access 4:28 Attacking Software 3:47 Attacking Passwords 7:53 Attacking Cryptography 8:59 Finding Doors 4:09 Attacking Applications Part 1 4:51 Attacking Applications Part 2 7:40 Module 16: Launch Quiz Question 53: Which of the following mechanisms do not specifically block system access? 2:05Module 17: System Controls– Securing Systems 5:05 TCB 2:35 Securing Hardware and Firmware Part 1 6:09 Securing Hardware and Firmware Part 2 6:40 Power-On Accounting 2:53 Additional Hardware Controls 5:58 Baselining 5:26 Hardening 7:44 Patching and Updating 6:55 Blacklisting and Whitelisting 3:58 Centralizing Security 6:29 LDAP Variants 5:40 Group Policy 7:07 Security Policy 2:20 Logging 3:03 Preventing DLP 5:27 Securing Peripherals 6:41 Module 17: Launch Quiz Question 56: Which are the elements of TCB? 2:37 Question 58: Which of the following are considered hardware controls? 3:00 Question 59: What might you use to baseline Ubuntu? 3:07 Question 61: Match the following corrections to their definitions: 3:59 Question 63: Which of following represents the top-down hierarchy of directory services? 2:43 Question 64: What ports need to logged for the purpose of auditing LDAP? 1:57 Question 66: Which solution is the weakest form of preparation for full system recovery? 2:53 LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 17.1 - Compare a Security Baseline Against an Existing Computer 5:32 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIO Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 17.2 - Restrict Applications to Specific User Groups 8:05 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 18: New Software Development Models– Predictive (Waterfall/Cascade) vs Adaptive (Agile) 6:07 Development Life Cycle 3:20 DevOps – Infrastructure as Code (ITIL) 3:19 Versioning and Configuration Management 4:43 Module 18: Launch Quiz Question 68: Which acronym matches DevOps? 2:03Module 19: Secure Coding Techniques– Secure Code Input 4:59 Concealing Code 4:34 Securing Code 3:40 Selecting Languages 4:18 Testing Code 6:17 Module 19: Launch QuizModule 20: Embedded Systems and Special Considerations– SCADA 2:15 Recognizing Microcontrollers 2:42 Real-Time OS 1:45 Smart Devices 1:55 IOT 1:52 Camera Systems (PoE) 1:34 Module 20: Launch Quiz Question 71: Which is not a concern associated with microcontrollers? 2:50 Question 72: What is the primary security concern of smart devices? 3:26Module 21: Virtualization– Hypervisors 4:28 Securing Virtualization 4:14 Virtual Local Area Networks (VLAN) 2:34 Module 21: Launch Quiz Question 75: Which of the following are common security concerns with virtualization? 4:43 LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 21 - Restrict Network Access of Virtual Machines 7:03 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 22: Basic Network Terminology– Internet History 2:50 The OSI Model 2:12 Layering the Network (Layers 1-3) 3:11 Layer 4 4:14 OSI Layer 5 2:09 OSI Layers 6 and 7 3:06 Understanding Layer 3 and IPv4 5:28 Converting Binary to Dot Decimal 5:32 Recognizing IPv4 Classes 7:30 Customizing Subnets CIDR 3:50 Distinguishing Private and Public Subnets 4:54 Remembering APIPA 4:48 Recognizing IPv6 5:10 Subnetting IPv6 5:26 Shorthanding IPv6 5:48 Generating a Packet 3:49 Converting Host Names to IP Addresses 5:37 Module 22: Launch Quiz Question 77: List the layers of the OSI model in transmit order: 1:59 Question 79: You are asked to look at the design and configuration of your switched and routed networks. In the process you discover... 3:15 Question 80: Which of the following is an invalid IP address? 3:10 Question 82: What does an IP address of f00d:abcd:1000:0::abcd:2002%36 suggest? 5:04 LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 22 - Document TCP/IP Configuration 2:19 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 23: Network Attack Surfaces– Identify Network Attack Surfaces 4:33 MAC Spoofing 5:55 ARP Poisoning 4:07 DNS Poisoning 4:00 Telephony Weakness 6:52 Time Synchronization 4:01 Rich Site Summary 3:59 Module 23: Launch QuizModule 24: Ports Most Susceptible to Attack– Well Known Ports 5:03 Exam Ports 3:36 DNS Ports 2:50 DHCP 2:26 HTTP/HTTPS 3:38 SSH 5:44 SNMP 3:09 RTP/RTPS 3:54 File Transfer Protocols (FTP) 5:23 Email Protocols SMTP, POP, IMAP, MIME and SMIME 7:20 IPSEC Ports 5:03 Module 24: Launch Quiz Question 84: IP Spoofing is a form of redirection attack. How would you classify MAC spoofing? 1:42 Question 87: SSH secures a well-known, unsecured protocol. What port does this unsecured protocol use? 1:54Module 25: VPN and Remote Access Methods– VPN 4:16 Split Tunnel VPN 3:22 VPN Concentrator 4:42 Microsoft Direct Access Server DAS/DAC 5:44 Remote Desktop 5:08 IPSEC 4:19 Tunneling: PPP, PPTP, L2TP, SSTP Differentiation 6:16 Module 25: Launch Quiz Question 89: What is the value of selecting a VPN concentrator versus a VPN server? 2:52Module 26: Common Password Elements– One-Time Passwords 4:38 NTLM 3:26 PAP/CHAP 5:32 AAA Servers 6:58 Module 26: Launch Quiz Question 90: Which of the following is considered the strongest password mechanism? 1:58Module 27: Network Attacks– Identify Network Attacks 2:43 Connecting Fully 3:41 Eavesdropping and Sniffing 5:12 Man in the Middle 4:56 Replay Attacks 2:21 Denial of Service 5:40 Amplification Attack 2:34 Hijacking 6:13 Pass the Hash 3:37 Identify Network Attacks 3:12 How a DoS Attack Works 10:30 Identifying a Stealth Scan 5:02 Identifying a Port Scan 4:04 Identifying a Full Connect Scan and Banner Grabbing 6:31 Identifying a Network Eavesdropping Attack 5:06 Identifying a Man-in-the-Middle Attack 7:02 Identifying a Network Replay Attack 4:07 Identifying an Amplification Attack 4:43 Identifying a Hijacking Attack 2:02 Identifying a Pass the Hash Attack 4:40 Module 27: Launch Quiz Question 51: Which of the following are DOS attacks? 3:01 Question 91: Banner Grabbing is a component of? 2:31 Question 93: Match the following hijacking variants with their symptoms or approach: 2:45 Question 94: Pass-the-Hash is an extremely powerful attack method since no cracking or hacking experience is needed... 3:14 LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 27 - Verify DNS Resolution Accuracy 1:47 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 28: Wireless Attack Surfaces– Identify Wireless Attack Surfaces 10:02 Wireless Access Point as SSID 4:19 SSID Attack Surface 5:13 MAC Addresses as Attack Surface 5:46 Security using WEP, WPA, WPA2 4:15 WPS Vulnerability 3:40 Targeting Bluetooth 5:14 Attacking Cellular, Microwave, and Satellite 8:06 NFC and RFID Weakness 4:58 Squishing the ANT 4:32 Triangulating 9:55 Mobile Connectivity Issues 2:40 Module 28: Launch Quiz Question 95: Which of the following are common Wireless attack surfaces? 3:51Module 29: Wireless Attacks– Identify Wireless Attacks 4:38 Identify Wi-Fi Evil Twins 2:33 Anticipate Jamming 3:54 Blocking WPS 8:33 Compare Blue Jacking and Blue Snarfing 4:44 Participating in War Driving, Walking and Chalking 7:31 Comparing Antennae 9:06 Attacking WEP and WPA 4:47 Replaying Wireless Sessions 3:40 Disassociating a Wireless Session 3:46 Module 29: Launch Quiz Question 98: As you perform a security survey for WAP placement at your facility, you discover an SSID of NCC-1701, although all of your SSIDs should be NCC1701. What has happened? 2:13Module 30: Basic Network Controls– Securing Switches and Routers with SSH 6:34 DMZ 3:42 Isolating Networks 5:50 Firewalls (Implicit Deny) 3:47 Windows Firewall 4:05 Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Part 1 3:55 Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Part 2 4:02 Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Part 3 3:45 Proxy Server 3:17 Load Balancing 3:21 Load Balancing Part 2 3:51 Honeypots 2:51 Unified Threat Management 2:36 Port Forwarding, Triggering and Redirection 3:49 MAC Filtering 2:17 Concealing the SSID 1:26 Captive Portals 1:11 Router ACLs Example 5:27 Understanding Network Access Control 7:03 Understanding Network Authentication Concepts 6:59 Module 30: Launch Quiz Question 99: Management requests that you implement a simple network intrusion detection device and have it operational by the coming weekend. 2:57 LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 30 - Enable ICMP Responses on All Computers 5:56 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 31: Site Survey and Recommend Facility Device Placement– Conducting Surveys 5:01 Wifi Site Survey 1 5:19 Wifi Site Survey 2 4:51 Conduct a Site Survey 9:50 Physical Site Survey 1 4:40 Physical Site Survey 1: Solution 5:32 Physical Site Survey 2 4:42 Physical Site Survey 2: Solution 4:17Module 32: Mobile Device Security Controls– Managing Mobile Devices 5:08 Connecting with Mobility 4:13 Securing Access 5:10 Encrypting Drives 2:49 Geolocation and Geofencing 5:06 Sideloading 3:17 Push Notifications 3:10 Other Considerations 3:33Module 33: Unique Mobile Device Issues– Wiping and Resetting Remotely 7:42 Sideloading Applications 5:22 Mobile Firmware 5:24 Carrier Unlocking 5:15 Rooting and Jailbreaking 4:00 Camera and Microphone Capture 5:11 Geotagging 2:09 Special Considerations 5:13 Module 33: Launch QuizModule 34: Cloud Environments and Controls– Identifying Cloud Categories 3:38 Characterizing Cloud Services - Private, Public, Community and Hybrid 3:51 Provisioning Storage - DAS, NAS, SAN and Cloud 4:40Module 35: Identify and Use Basic Security Tools– Identify and Use Basic Security Tools 1:09 Kali Linux 4:44 Penetration Test Categories 5:23 Understanding Exploitation Frameworks 5:29 Use Network Scanners and Enumerators 10:03 Understanding and Using Port Scanners 9:31 Understanding and Using Packet Sniffers 5:20 Understanding and Using Protocol Analyzers 9:14 Understanding and Using Password Crackers 11:40 LAUNCH LAB ENVIRONMENT Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 35.1 - Determine the Open Network Ports and Protocols In Use on a Computer 3:44 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIO Video Lab Answer Key: Lab 35.2 - Verify DHCP Operations 8:51 DOWNLOAD LAB SCENARIOModule 36: Operational Security Frameworks– Frameworks: NIST 800, COBIT 5, ITIL, ISO/IEC 27001 4:38 Configuration Guidelines 3:05 Compliance 3:34 Security Policies 6:53 Personnel Management 4:17 Training and Awareness Cycle 4:48 Business Agreements: SLA, BPA, MOU, ISA 4:18 High Availability 3:58 Module 36: Launch Quiz Question 102: How many minutes per month can a system be offline for maintenance at 99.9% availability? 2:38Module 37: Physical Security Elements– Categorizing Physical Areas 5:31 Categorizing Physical Controls 5:18 Managing Locks and Keys 5:53 Understanding Locks 5:59 Controlling Access and Videos 6:50 Deterrent Controls 5:35 Additional Physical Controls 6:25 Detection and Prevention 6:49 Environmental Exposure 3:05 Environmental Controls 4:52 Stakeholder Safety 4:28Module 38: Specialized Physical Controls– Fire Extinguisher Classes 5:26 Fail Safe - Open and Closed 5:16 Man Traps 5:12 Power on Password/Accounts 3:02 RAID Part 1 6:53 RAID Part 2 5:16 Nested RAID 5:15 RAID Example Exercise 6:43Module 39: Human Factor Issues– Humanity 5:17 Social Engineering 3:41 Social Engineering Vectors 7:48 Impersonating 7:06 Physical Exploits 6:41 Social Engineering Controls 5:38 Module 39: Launch Quiz Question 49: Match the following deception attacks with their descriptions: 3:45Module 40: Forensic Practices– Forensic Process 4:51 Forensic Checklists 2:53 Forensic Checklists Part 2 2:55 Forensic Checklists Part 3 3:09 Incident Response 4:21 Testing Responses 3:02 Reporting Incidents 1:57 Computer Forensics 4:53 Forensic Capture 7:52 Volatility 3:10 Chain of Custody 1:37Module 41: Organizational Recovery Programs– Plan Business Continuity 5:23 Planning Contingency 3:48 Failing Over 3:29 Alternate Business Practice 2:35 Testing Exercises 3:50 Managing Disaster Recovery 2:30 Sequencing Disaster Recovery 4:12 Planning Disaster Recovery 3:17 Identifying the Recovery Team 4:21 Sequencing the Restoration 4:04 Designing Recovery Sites 3:58 Securing Recovery 4:38 Scheduling Backups 5:07 After-Action Reporting 2:56 Module 41: Launch Quiz Question 104: Which of the following verification techniques involves simulating a component failure and disaster response? 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