Certified Information Forensics Investigator
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Q NO: 1 Firewalls are an excellent source of:
A. Details of system usage
B. Details of protocol usage
C. Forensic Evidence for malicious attacks
D. Port/service mappings
Q NO: 2 What technique of layered security design
will allow for both investigation and recovery after
A. RI Technology
B. Highly available systems
C. Overlap design approach
D. Honeypot placement
Q NO: 3 If a CIFI violates the ISFA code of Ethics,
her CIFI certification can be immediately revoked.
Q NO: 4 The 1st amendment allows hackers to exercise
free speech by altering content on websites to express
Q NO: 5 The term "Browser Artifacts" refer
A. Web browser cache, cookies, favorites, history,
auto complete information
B. Older web browser applications that have little
or no security and allow for unchecked use
C. Older web browser applications that can be used
as a surveillance tool for investigators due to their
lack of security
D. Web browser cookies
Q NO: 6 All of the following are methods of auditing
A. Internal audit
B. External audit
C. Thorough audit
D. 3rd party audit
Q NO: 7 In selecting Forensic tools for collecting
evidence in the investigation of a crime the standard
for authenticating computer records is:
A. The same for authenticating other records. The
degree of authentication does not vary simply because
a record happens to be (or has been at one point)
in electronic form.
B. Much more complex, and requires an expert to be
present at each step of the process.
C. To convert the technical terms & definitions
into a basic understandable language to be presented
D. To ensure the tools are equipped with logging to
document the steps of evidence collection.
Q NO: 8 "Interesting data" is:
A. Data relevant to your investigation
C. Documents, spreadsheets, and databases
D. Schematics or other economic based information
Q NO: 9 Social engineer is legal in the United States,
Great Britain, Canada, and Australia as long as the
social engineer does not:
A. Attempt to extract corporate secrets
C. Apply the Frye Scenario
D. Live outside those countries
Q NO: 10 Drive geometry refers to
A. The algorithms used to computer a specific location
of a particular segment.
B. The functional dimensions of a drive in terms of
the number of heads, cylinders, and sectors per track.
C. Physical dimensions of the drive platters.
D. The depth of the pits on optical media or magnetic
field charge on magnetic media