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CASP+ Practice Quiz 5
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What dynamic routing protocol is used with remotely triggered black holes?
Which is often considered a classic software development method?
You are using a Try...Catch block in your Java code. What are you controlling?
Error and exception handling
Direct object references
You have discovered that a new application has inherent flaws due to processes being tied to the order and timing of other events. What is this issue called?
A common approach to session fixation is to use what attack method?
What technique can help test your software for vulnerabilities in the accepted inputs?
What is the term for the record of evidence handling from collection to presentation?
Order of volatility
Chain of custody
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