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OPENMAT – XXVII : Entrance Test for Management Programmes 2010

OPENMAT Question Paper 2006 Click Here to Download OPENMAT Question Paper 2007 Click Here to Download OPENMAT Question Paper 2008 Click Here to Download OPENMAT Question Paper 2009 Click Here to Download OPENMAT Question Paper 2010 Download June 2010 Paper Download December 2010 Paper OPENMAT Question Paper 2011 Download June 2011 Paper Download December 2011…

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Write short notes on the following:

(a) Fire Wall It is the first line of defense for any computer system or network. All packets that enter the network should come though this point. A modern firewall is a system of applications and hardware working together. A sophisticated firewall performs a combination of packet filtering  network address translation and proxy services. FIrewalls…

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Explain the following with reference to “hardening” in WINDOWS 2000 O/S:

(1) Hardening the O/S and application code MIcrosoft peridically ditributes large updates to its OS in the form of service packs. Service Packs include all the major and minor fixes up. microsoft also distributes intermediate updates to their operating systems in the form of Hotfix. The following steps descrive the automated process of deisoverting and…

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basic purpose and name the OSI layer where the following devices will be operating:

(1) repeater  Repeaters: repeters also called regenerator, are physical hardware device. They connet two network segments and broadcast packets between them they have the primary function to regenerate the electrical signal: ·         Reshaping the wavefrom ·         Amplifying the waveform ·         Retiming the singnal, to avoid collision on the network As signal travels along a cable,…

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With the help of an example for each, write the usage and syntax for the following LINUX commands.

(1)cAT[OPTIONS] FILE  –  concatenate (list) a file (2) diff [option] file1 file2  – compare the two files and display the differnces (text files only) (3) sort [option] file  –  read commands form the file and execute them in the current shell. source: C shell, :Bpurne charc (4)cmp[option] file1 file2  –  compress file and save it…

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List and expain the characteristics of MOdern operating systems.

·         To provide an enviroment for a computer user to execute programs on computer hardware in a convenient and efficient manner. ·         To allocate the separate resources of the computer as needed to solve the problem given. The allocation process should be as fair and efficient as prossible Following are the characteristics: Open graphics library(Open…

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Explain the various computer security classification recognised by trusted computer system Evaluation criteria (TCSEC)

Trusted computer system evaluation criteria is a united states government Department of Defense standard that sets basic requirement for assessing the effectiveness of computer security controls built into a computer system. The TCSEC was used to evalute, classify and select computer system being considered for the processing, storage and retrieval or classified information. Divisions and…

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List and explain the various networking topologies.

A network topology refers to the physical layout of the network in which all the devices are connected. This includes all the hardware that makes up the network. The points of connection to the network by the stations are called nodes or workstations.A number of possible network topologies are available. The choice of network topology…

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Explain the memory management concepts in LINUX o/s.

The memory management subsystem is one of the most important parts of the operating system. The memory management subsystem includes: Protection: Each process in th system has its own virtual address space. These virtual address space are compeletly separate from each other and so a process running one application cannot affect another. large address space: …

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