Question 1: When considering web application firewalls, what two factors make a signature-based approach to defense, obsolete? (Choose two.)
- Signature-based detection is too slow to identify threats.
- Signature-based detection is not effective against zero-day exploits.
- Signature-based detection, when used alone, can generate many false positives.
- Signatures cannot stop SQL injection attacks.
Question 2: Which was the predecessor to a web application firewall?
- Antivirus software
- Application firewall
- Web firewall
- Internet filter
Question 3: What do web application firewalls do that traditional edge firewalls do not?
- Block port numbers
- Block protocols
- Block MAC addresses
- Block SQL injection attacks
Question 4: What does a web application firewall do?
- It allows applications to access online content.
- It prevents applications from accessing the web at certain times of the day.
- It monitors and blocks malicious HTTP/HTTPS traffic to and from a web application.
- It provides a means for businesses to monitor which web applications their users are accessing.
Question 5: Which statement about integrating FortiGuard Labs with FortiWeb is true?
- FortiGuard Labs must be integrated with FortiGate first, before integrating with FortiWeb.
- FortiGuard Labs is an optional feature that does not provide any benefits to FortiWeb.
- FortiGuard Labs provides vital updates to FortiWeb about new threats.
- FortiGuard Labs provides machine learning features to FortiWeb.
Question 6: In which two ways does machine learning help make modern web application firewalls more effective? (Choose two.)
- It allows them to return search results quicker than using traditional filtering methods.
- It allows them to adapt to the ever-changing attributes of threats.
- It allows them to choose the most appropriate web application for a given task.
- It allows them to perform behavior analysis at machine speed.
Question 7: Which two products can be integrated with FortiWeb? (Choose two.)