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Exam Number/Code: 312-49v8
Exam name: Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Exam
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Q61. LBA (Logical Block Address) addresses data by allotting a ___________to each sector of the hard disk. 

A. Sequential number 

B. Index number 

C. Operating system number 

D. Sector number 

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Q62. Email archiving is a systematic approach to save and protect the data contained in emails so that it can tie easily accessed at a later date. 

A. True 

B. False 

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Q63. Which of the following network attacks refers to sending huge volumes of email to an address in an attempt to overflow the mailbox, or overwhelm the server where the email address is hosted, to cause a denial-of-service attack? 

A. Email spamming 

B. Mail bombing 

C. Phishing 

D. Email spoofing 

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Q64. What is static executable file analysis? 

A. It is a process that consists of collecting information about and from an executable file without actually launching the file under any circumstances 

B. It is a process that consists of collecting information about and from an executable file by launching the file under any circumstances 

C. It is a process that consists of collecting information about and from an executable file without actually launching an executable file in a controlled and monitored environment 

D. It is a process that consists of collecting information about and from an executable file by launching an executable file in a controlled and monitored environment 

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Q65. Which of the following file in Novel GroupWise stores information about user accounts? 

A. ngwguard.db 

B. gwcheck.db 

C. PRIV.EDB 

D. PRIV.STM 

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Q66. What is the "Best Evidence Rule"? 

A. It states that the court only allows the original evidence of a document, photograph, or recording at the trial rather than a copy 

B. It contains system time, logged-on user(s), open files, network information, process information, process-to-port mapping, process memory, clipboard contents, service/driver information, and command history 

C. It contains hidden files, slack space, swap file, index.dat files, unallocated clusters, unused partitions, hidden partitions, registry settings, and event logs 

D. It contains information such as open network connection, user logout, programs that reside in memory, and cache data 

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Q67. Hard disk data addressing is a method of allotting addresses to each ___________of data on a hard disk 

A. Physical block 

B. Logical block 

C. Operating system block 

D. Hard disk block 

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Q68. In what circumstances would you conduct searches without a warrant? 

A. When destruction of evidence is imminent, a warrantless seizure of that evidence is justified if there is probable cause to believe that the item seized constitutes evidence of criminal activity 

B. Agents may search a place or object without a warrant if he suspect the crime was committed 

C. A search warrant is not required if the crime involves Denial-Of-Service attack over the Internet 

D. Law enforcement agencies located in California under section SB 567 are authorized to seize computers without warrant under all circumstances 

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Q69. Smith, as a part his forensic investigation assignment, has seized a mobile device. He was asked to recover the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM card) data the mobile device. Smith found that the SIM was protected by a Personal identification Number (PIN) code but he was also aware that people generally leave the PIN numbers to the defaults or use easily guessable numbers such as 1234. He unsuccessfully tried three PIN numbers that blocked the SIM card. What Jason can do in this scenario to reset the PIN and access SIM data? 

A. He should contact the device manufacturer for a Temporary Unlock Code (TUK) to gain access to the SIM 

B. He cannot access the SIM data in this scenario as the network operators or device manufacturers have no idea about a device PIN 

C. He should again attempt PIN guesses after a time of 24 hours 

D. He should ask the network operator for Personal Unlock Number (PUK) to gain access to the SIM 

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Q70. Determine the message length from following hex viewer record: 

A. 6E2F 

B. 13 

C. 27 

D. 810D 

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