Concepts of intrusion detection
Identify the features and functions of an IDP sensor
Identify the use of IDP interfaces
Identify the TCP ports used by IDP sensors and Security Manager
Understanding the IDP provisioning modes

Initial configuration of an IDP sensor
Identify the steps involved in implementing the IDP sensor
Describe the configuration of a new sensor via the console
Describe the communication setup between Security Manager and IDP sensor

Configure and fine-tune policies
Assign the IDP attack terminology to the corresponding definitions
Understand the components of an IDP rule
Choice of appropriate IDP actions and IP actions
Describe the algorithm of the IDP rule assignment
Explain the use of captured packages
Explain the fine-tuning of guidelines

Configuring Other Policies for IDP
Explain the function of a rule database for exceptions
Explain the function of a rule database for anomalies
Explain the function of a rule database for backdoors
Explain the function of a SYN Protector rule database
Explain the function of honeypots in the network

Configure and use the profiler
Describe the normal functioning of a profiler
Showing the steps to a working profiler
Describe the use of a profiler for network detection
Describe the use of a profiler to identify new devices and ports
Describe the use of a profiler to detect policy violations

Sensor operation and sensor command line utility
Describe the sensor components and processes
Use scio to manage policies and display sensor configurations
Use sctop to display sensor statistics

Manage attack objects and create custom signatures
Describe the use of static and dynamic groups
Explain how to update the attack object database
List the steps for obtaining information about an attack
Understanding the purpose and use of the sensor commands “scio ccap” and “scio pcap”
List the steps for creating a simple attack object
Describe the purpose of combined attack objects

Maintenance and troubleshooting
Use the Appliance Configuration Manager (ACM) to view and modify sensor configurations
Use sensor and unix commands to resolve IDP issues
Understand the operation of external HA and NIC bypass

QUESTION 1
Which statement is true about the attack object database update process?

A. Each sensor updates its own attack object database automatically; however they must be able
to access the Juniper site on TCP port 443.
B. The attack object database update must be manually performed by the administrator, and the
administrator must manually install it on each sensor.
C. The attack object database update can be initiated manually or automatically.
D. The attack object database update can be automatically scheduled to occur using the Security
Manager GUI.

Answer: C


QUESTION 2
On a sensor, which command will indicate if log messages are being sent to Security Manager?

A. scio vr list
B. serviceidp status
C. scio agentstats display
D. scio getsystem

Answer: C


QUESTION 3
After you enable alerts for new hosts that are detected by the Enterprise Security Profiler, where
do you look in Security Manager to see those alerts?

A. Security Monitor > Profiler > Application Profiler tab
B. Security Monitor > Profiler > Violation Viewer tab
C. Security Monitor > Profiler > Network Profiler tab
D. Log Viewer > Profiler Log

Answer: D


QUESTION 4
When connecting to a sensor using SSH, which account do you use to login?

A. admin
B. super
C. netscreen
D. root

Answer: A


QUESTION 5
Which OSI layer(s) of a packet does the IDP sensor examine?

A. layers 2-7
B. layers 2-4
C. layer 7 only
D. layers 4-7

Answer: A

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