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T06 CYBERSECURITY EXAM 7 (ALL CORRECT)
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1. The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 aimed at:
A. reducing the flow of money.
B. regulating the number of online gambling sites.
C. preventing minors from participating in online gambling.
D. legitimizing online gambling.
2. What was the ruling of U.S. v. Carey on warranted searches of computer files?
A. The “plain view” doctrine is relevant to what is uncovered in computer searches.
B. Warrants are not needed for searches of computer files.
C. Since digital evidence can be stored virtually anywhere, it is necessary to search all possibilities.
D. Warrants require less particularity when a computer is an instrument of a crime
3. __________ is the weakest standard that is sufficient to authorize an investigative detention.
A. Presumed guilty
B. Reasonable suspicion
C. Probable cause
D. Particularity
4. The particularity requirement is somewhat burdensome for officers investigating crime relating to __________ due to its unique characteristics.
A. the human body
B. property
C. computers
D. intellectual property
5. The standards and processes that safeguard the rights of individuals to be secure in their persons and property were enunciated in the first ten amendments of the Constitution and are commonly known as the:
A. Ortega doctrine.
B. Magna Carta.
C. Bill of Privileges.
D. Bill of Rights.
6. Which of the following is considered the most effective tool in the arsenal to fight terrorism and computer crime alike?
A. USA Patriot Act
B. Wiretap Act
C. National Security Act
D. Immigration and Nationality Act
7. What makes Child Pornography Prevention Act (CPPA) different from Child Protection Act (CPA)?
A. CPPA prohibited the production and distribution of computer-generated or other mechanically altered images of minors engaging in explicit conduct.
B. CPPA upheld the Constitutional rights of the offenders who distributed computer-generated or other mechanically altered images of minors.
C. CPPA legalized the production and distribution of computer-generated or other mechanically altered images of minors engaging in explicit conduct.
D. CPPA assumed that the absence or presence of an actual victim is very relevant, as simulated child pornography did not violate a child's rights.
8. Which of the following Acts replaced the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation Act of 1977, in an effort to tighten prohibitions of child pornography on the federal level?
A. Child Protection and Obscenity Enforcement Act
B. Child Sexual Abuse and Pornography Act
C. Child Protection Act
D. Child Protection Restoration and Penalties Enhancement Act
9. Which of the following sections of Title II of the U.S. Patriot Act includes provision for potential administrative discipline and civil action against the U.S. government?
A. Section 213
B. Section 216
C. Section 223
D. Section 203
10. Which of the following is the first act specifically aimed at protecting families and children from online sexually explicit materials?
A. Child Protection Act
B. Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation Act
C. Communications Decency Act
D. Child Protection Restoration and Penalties Enhancement Act
11. The increased use of which of the following is argued as evidence of the U.S. Patriot Act’s potential danger?
A. Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act
B. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
C. Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
D. National Security Letters
12. Which of the following acts made it unlawful for local, state, or federal law enforcement authorities to search or seize those materials that may be publishable?
A. The Wiretap Act
B. The Patriot Act
C. The Privacy Protection Act
D. The National Security Act
13. How has the advent of electronic communications helped child pornographers defy the existing broad laws regarding indecency and victimization of children?
A. Child pornographers argue that the Constitution guarantees their right to disseminate any information through the Internet.
B. The origin of the pornographic material available on the Internet is Untraceable.
C. The Internet helps to spread Pornography cheaply.
D. Child pornographers argue that virtual children lack the requisite specified victim
14. Which of the following can seize and liquidate property within the United States of any foreign individual, entity, or country who is suspected of planning, authorizing, aiding, or engaging in an attack?
A. The Supreme Court
B. The President or his/her designee
C. The Governor of that particular state
D. The police commissioner
15. Which Act was struck down as the Court observed that both teenage sexual activity and the sexual abuse of children had inspired countless literary works, including that of William Shakespeare and contemporary movies?
A. Child Protection Restoration and Penalties Enhancement Act
B. Child Sexual Abuse and Pornography Act
C. Child Protection Act
D. Child Pornography Prevention Act
16. The development and regular review of which of the following is essential as technology changes?
A. Cyclical redundancy checksum
B. Master boot record
C. Standard operating procedures
D. Cipher combination locks
17. Which of the following tools are the most popular and stand-alone imaging utilities employed for forensic investigators?
A. EnCase and FastBloc
B. ByteBack and Safeback
C. DECLASFY and BRANDIT
D. Data Dumper and Grep
18. What are the two types of data extraction?
A. Physical and logical
B. Manual and automated
C. Internal and external
D. Accidental and intentional
19. Which of the following terms refers to a suspect’s guilty mind or intent, as might be demonstrated by the use of data hiding or drive wiping techniques?
A. Mens rea
B. Harm
C. Actus reus
D. Ownership
20. A __________ is the disk management platform employed by a particular operating system.
A. file system
B. hard drive
C. Windows 7
D. ASCII
21. The smallest forms of data storage are represented by:
A. binary digits.
B. hexadecimal digits.
C. double digit.
D. solitary zeros.
22. Forensic imaging programs must be capable of making __________ duplicate or an image.
A. redundant
B. copy
C. bitstream
D. hard
23. Which of the following are the three primary components of a computer?
A. Hardware, firmware, operating systems
B. Firmware, hardware, software
C. Software, hardware, operating systems
D. Firmware, software, Maresware
24. In which system are interpretative rules associated with a base of two with integers represented by zeroes and ones?
A. Binary system
B. Basic input/output system
C. Hexadecimal system
D. Encrypting file system
25. Which of the following factors is most important in determining the type of tool to be used in a computer forensics investigation?
A. Type of crime encountered
B. Type of information
C. Type of concealment
D. Type of suspect device
26. Which of the following is NOT an advantage attributed to the introduction of disk operating systems?
A. It provides for the storage of documents in contiguous sectors.
B. It reduces the data management burden of applications.
C. It allows application-specific disk hierarchies.
D. It maximizes the use of limited space
27. Which of the following programs reads disks a track at a time and calculates an algorithmic signature represented by unique file identifiers?
A. Recovery
B. Forensic
C. Verification
D. Imaging
28. The cluster size for a particular device is specified in which of the following?
A. Master boot record
B. Read-only memory
C. BIOS parameter block
D. File allocation table
29. During analysis of digital evidence, which of the following elements is addressed?
A. Password crackers
B. Truncated entries
C. Case number
D. Actus reus
30. What kind of programs should investigators employ to reveal hidden and deleted files, unlock encrypted files, and detect steganography?
A. Both internal and external programs
B. Only licensed programs
C. Both manual and automated programs
D. Only contemporary programs
31. Extraction of a file pertinent to an examination may be based on the file name and the:
A. IP address.
B. computer code.
C. file number.
D. file extension.
32. ASCII code for defining characters is based on __________ code.
A. hexadecimal
B. binary
C. RAM
D. sector
33. Which lab system is capable of handling larger workloads simultaneously?
A. Better Lab System
B. Dream Lab System
C. Power Lab System
D. Basic Lab System
34. Which of the following programs extends decryption capabilities beyond a single computer by using the distributed power of multiple computers across a network to decrypt files and recover passwords?
A. Password Recovery Toolkit
B. FTK Imager
C. Distributed Network Attack
D. Registry Viewer
35. What enables investigators to perfectly duplicate a suspect drive onto a form of removable media?
A. Imaging programs
B. Investigative programs
C. Recovery discs
D. External hard drives

 

 

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    1. The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 aimed at: A. reducing the flow of money. B. regulating the number of online gambling sites. C. preventing minors from participating in online gambling. D. legitimizing online gambling. 2. What was the ruling of U.S. v. Carey on warranted searches of computer files? A. The “plain view” doctrine is relevant to what is uncovered in computer searches. B. Warrants are not needed for

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