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Graded Case Study: Public Browsing Safety Quiz Answers

Tech support receives the following email:

The tech support agent, Skye, decides to email Rick back with advice:

Question 1)
What is session hijacking?

  • When you are redirected to a different website
  • When a hacker tries to install malware on your system
  • When an attacker intercepts and uses your connection
  • When someone tries to steal your device

 

 

Question 2)
Why would phones be particularly vulnerable to wifi threats or attacks?

  • Their operating systems have fewer safeguards and less available antivirus software.
  • They use MFA.
  • They are easy to steal.
  • They can only use apps found in app stores unless modified.

 

 

Question 3)
From the following responses, select the two that are a cause for concern while browsing the web. Select all that apply.

  • A URL that begins with HTTPS instead of HTTP
  • A URL that uses a zero where you might expect the letter O in a company name
  • A typo in the headline of a website
  • An unusual SMS message from your friend

 

 

Question 4)
What is shoulder surfing?

  • When an attacker attempts to use the same hotspot as the user.
  • When an attacker sits strategically in public areas to try to see the userโ€™s screen.
  • When an attacker tries to sit closely and watch for an opportunity to steal equipment.
  • When an attacker tries to befriend the user to ask for favors, such as the use of a phone.

 

 

Question 5)
Which of the following steps is most important to take to remediate this security compromise?

  • Phone the user to make sure they understood the information in the email.
  • Replace any company-owned credit cards.
  • Replace the company-owned devices.
  • Have the user file a report and issue the user a reprimand for being careless.