Manually delete the file.
Re-partition the hard drive.
Reload the operating system.
Use a better antivirus application.
Add/Remove Windows Components
Network shares cannot be accessed locally on the computer doing the sharing.
A network share cannot contain encrypted files.
Windows XP network shares can only be accessed by Windows-based computers.
If a folder is shared, all subfolders are automatically shared.
Windows XP files can only be encrypted if the NTFS partition is marked as active.
Windows XP uses USS for encrypting files and folders.
You can encrypt someone else’s files if you have the correct permissions.
Folders that are encrypted must be accessed using the UNC.
Access level security
There are in password crack dictionaries.
They are easy to guess.
They are easy to see when typing.
They are the three most commonly used passwords.
Type your password very fast
Ask them to leave the room
Type your password at your normal pace so you don’t make a mistake, but tap your thumb a couple of times as if you are typing a key
Wait until they are not looking to type your password
None of the above
Event View security log
Device Manager security option
Computer Management tool’s Local Users and Groups option
Boot to Safe Mode and select the Security boot option
Disable SSID broadcasting on the access point
Enable WEP, TKIP, or AES on the access point
Configure NTFS permissions on the shares
Install a firewall for the networks
Intrusion detection and alerts
Disable SSID broadcasting
Enable infrastructure mode d.
Change default password
A denial of service attack
Denial of service attacks
Open and shared
WEP and TKIP
WEP and AES
Domain and local
The initialization vector is different
With 64-bit, the encryption keys dynamically change
64-bit is stronger encryption
There is no difference
The firewall can protect the computer, but not the data sent between the computer and the access point
The firewall cannot protect the computer.
The firewall can protect the computer only from other wireless NICs
The firewall can protect the computer only from viruses and spyware.
The method the access point uses to reach all wireless NICs with a single message
A means for the access point to send the wireless encryption keys to all wireless NICs for network access
The access point constantly sending the name of the wireless network into the air
The access method used for 802.11 a, b, g, and n wireless networks
Having attentive body language
Arguing with the customer
Use the password to access the computer so you can solve the problem quicker.
Tell the user that you saw it and recommend that they change it and not write it down.
Inform your supervisor.
Inform the user’s supervisor.
Call your supervisor to find the best company resource to recommend to the customer.
Try to solve the issue to the best of your ability.
Report the user to their supervisor.
Empathetically tell the customer you cannot and report the request to your supervisor.
Quietly leave the room.
Call your boss and ask for a recommendation.
Inform the manager’s supervisor.
Let your presence be known to the manager.