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Q: Fred is an Ethical Hacker. His newest assignment is to test the security of his company’s website. Once he performs a Teardrop attack on the web server, it crashes. Why did this happen?


a. The server is not capable of handling overlapping data fragments.

b. Ping requests at its server level are too high.

c. The ICMP packet is too large. It cannot be larger than 65,536 bytes.

d. The spoofed TCP SYN packet that contains the target’s IP address has been filled in at both source and destination fields.

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