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Review Questions
1. What kind of attack is performed by an attacker who takes advantage of the inadvertent and unauthorized access built through three succeeding systems that all trust one another? Explain.
2. Why some traditional network security devices (e.g., firewalls) cannot be used to block web application attacks?
3. Describe XSS and SQL injection
4. Which action cannot be performed through a successful SQL injection attack? Explain. a. reformat the web application server?s hard drive b. display a list of customer telephone numbers c. discover the names of different fields in a table
d. erase a database table
5. What type of attack intercepts legitimate communication and forges a fictitious response to the sender? Explain. a. SIDS b. interceptor
c. man-in-the-middle d. SQL intrusion
6. A replay attack: a. is considered to be a type of DoS attack b. makes a copy of the transmission for use at a later time c. can be prevented by patching the web browser d. replays the attack over and over to flood the server
7. DNS poisoning: a. floods a DNS server with requests until it can no longer respond b. is rarely found today due to the use of host tables c. substitutes DNS addresses so that the computer is automatically redirected to another device d. is the same as ARP poisoning
8. Which markup language is designed to carry data? a. ICMP b. HTTP c. HTML

d. XML
9. What causes a buffer overflow? Explain a. Launching a security countermeasure to mitigate a Trojan horse b. Downloading and installing too many software updates at one time c. Attempting to write more data to a memory location than that location can hold d. Sending too much information to two or more interfaces of the same device, thereby causing dropped packets e. Sending repeated connections such as Telnet to a particular device, thus denying other data sources
10. How is a smurf attack conducted? a. By sending a large number of packets to overflow the allocated buffer memory of the target device b. By sending an echo request in an IP packet larger than the maximum packet size of 65,535 bytes c. By sending a large number of ICMP requests to directed broadcast addresses from a spoofed source address on the same network
d. By sending a large number of TCP SYN packets to a target device from a spoofed source address