FGT NSE 1 Network Security Associate Quiz Lesson 4 — Internet Threat Perspectives


Q1. Which precaution should you take if you receive an email that involves the movement of money, such as the payment of an invoice, even if it is from someone you know?
Select one:
Look for spelling mistakes in the email. If you find any, delete the email. It’s obviously a scam.
Use another form of trusted communication to verify that the message is legitimate.*
Pay it immediately to avoid late fees.
Reply to the email and ask them to provide proof of their identity.

Q2. Which three activities pose a potential security threat to users? (Choose three.)
Select one or more:
Reading an online journal from a public library computer
Connecting your device to a public, wireless hotspot to pay for a rental car*
Using your own portable charger in a public place
Doing your banking on your laptop from a friend’s secured home network*
Connecting as a guest on an organization’s Wi-Fi network*

Q3. Complete the sentence. A social engineering attack that compromises public charging stations and installs malware when a portable device plugs in, is known as
Select one:
Juice Jacking*

Q4. Which of the following is a good habit for protecting your mobile device?
Select one:
Change the factory-set default password and username.*
Set up a personal hotspot.
Configure your email accounts.
Test connectivity by doing online banking.

Q5. Which is the number one infection vector for all kinds of malware?
Select one:
Juice jacking
Text messages
Web pages