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Need to practice your cybersecurity skills for an upcoming job interview? Try solving these cybersecurity interview questions that test knowledge of cybersecurity concepts such as email spoofing, CSRF, authorization, and others. We’ll provide feedback on your answers, and you can use a hint if you get stuck.

These cybersecurity interview questions are examples of real tasks used by employers to screen job candidates such as cybersecurity analysts, system administrators, network administrators, and others that require knowledge of cybersecurity.

1. Email Spoofing

Easy  
Network Administration Email Server Network Security Spoofing Attack Public

Employees of a company are facing lots of bounced email notifications from email addresses they have never sent messages to. Select the options below which are correct for the given scenario.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

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2. IP Privacy

Easy  
Network Administration Application Layer IP Network Security Public

Select the methods that can be used to hide your public IP address when making calls to a remote server over the internet.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

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3. Office Supplies

Easy  
Web Application Security Authorization New Public

An office supplies web store wants to improve the security of their website. A developer suggested a number of changes.

Which of the changes would improve security?

(Select all acceptable answers.)

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4. Cat Supplies Store

Easy  
Web Application Security CSRF New Public

A web application for ordering cat food charges users and places an order when an HTTP GET request is issued to the following URL:

http://www.catsupplies.com/order?brand=xxxxx&quantity=xxxxx

A malicious website could add snippets like this to their site:

<img src="http://www.catsupplies.com/order?brand=xxxxx&quantity=xxxxx">

What would help protect against such attacks, considering that the web application has the CORS policy that only allows requests from the same site? 

(Select all acceptable answers.)

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