Security – Chapter 8

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The current Bluetooth version is Bluetooth 6.

B. False

In a bluesnooping attack, the attacker copies emails, calendars, contact lists, cell phone pictures, or videos by connecting to the Bluetooth device without the owner’s knowledge or permission.

B. False

Near field communication (NFC) is a set of standards used to establish communication between devices in very close proximity.


RFID is commonly used to transmit information between networked computers.


In ad hoc mode, devices can only communicate between themselves and cannot connect to another network.


RF signals can be picked up from an open or mis-configured AP.


RF signal "noise" that creates interference and prevents communications from occurring is called signal blocking.


The MAC address is a unique 64-bit number that is "burned" into the network interface card adapter when it is manufactured.


Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is an IEEE 802.11 security protocol designed to ensure that only authorized parties can view transmitted wireless information.


For IEEE WLANs, the maximum transmit power is 200 milliwatts (mW).


Bluetooth is an example of what type of technology below?

C. Personal Area Network

What is the maximum range of most Bluetooth 5 devices?

D. 800 ft

What type of radio frequency transmissions are used by Bluetooth devices?

C. Short-range radio

Slave devices that are connected to a piconet and are sending transmissions are known as what?

A. active slave

Piconets in which connections exist between different piconets are known as which of the following terms?

D. scatternet

What term below is used to describe an attack that sends unsolicited messages to Bluetooth enabled devices?

B. Bluejacking

A Bluetooth attack in which the attacker accesses unauthorized information from a wireless device using a Bluetooth connection, is known as which of the following terms?

C. Bluesnarfing

What device acts like a wireless base station in a network, acting as a bridge between wireless and wired networks?

A. Access point

An access point that is unauthorized and allows an attacker to bypass network security configurations is considered to be what type of access point?

C. Rogue

What type of access point is configured by an attacker in such a manner that it mimics an authorized access point?

D. Evil Twin

What is the maximum number of characters that can exist within a SSID name?

D. 32

The Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) encryption technology uses a MIC value that is what length?

D. 64 bits

Which encryption protocol below is used in the WPA2 standard?


Which of the following choices is not one of the four types of packets used by EAP?

D. Error

Which option below is responsible for the issuing of EAP request packets?

B. Authenticator

Select the EAP protocol supported by WPA2 Enterprise that securely tunnels any credential form for authentication using TLS.


Select the EAP protocol that uses digital certificates for authentication?


Which EAP protocol creates an encrypted channel between the client authentication server and the client, and uses Microsoft Windows logins and passwords?


What technology uses a standard web browser to provide information, and gives the wireless user the opportunity to agree to a policy or present valid login credentials, providing a higher degree of security?

A. captive portal AP

When using AES-CCMP, the AES-256 bit key requires how many rounds?

C. 13

Where does the supplicant send identity information?

C. Authenticator

Select the device that is designed to exclusively monitor the RF frequency for network transmissions?


What encryption protocol is used for WPA2?


What is the maximum transmission power for IEEE WLANs?

B. 200 milliwatts (mW)

What specific feature on an AP controls how much of the spectrum is available to transfer data?

A. Channel Width

Which direction do access point antennas radiate their signals and where should they be located?

D. all directions and centrally located

What type of survey can help a network administrator make decisions about bands, channels, and widths when installing new access points?

B. site

Which of the following self-contained APs are autonomous, or independent, because they are separate from other network devices and even other autonomous APs?

A. fat APs

Which of the following is the most secure form of IEEE 802.1x authentication

D. Certificate-based authentication

Authentication for WPA Personal is accomplished by using what type of key?


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