1. Which of the following does not contribute to the prevalence of DNS and HTTP use in cyber attacks?
    1. DNS and HTTP are fundamental to many network applications and therefore are likely to be enabled on corporate networks.
    2. HTTP is a secure method of bulk data transfer.
    3. DNS enables attackers to create code that does not directly reference the destination IP address.
    4. Legitimate HTTP traffic occurs in high volume, so data relating to an incident can be masked.
  2. Which of the following would not be useful to an attacker for hiding their location?
    1. Utilizing the Tor network
    2. Utilizing a VPN
    3. Utilizing a public internet location (for example, public Wi-Fi or internet cafes)
    4. Utilizing a spoofed IP address
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