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23.09.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at EPHEC
Security on Coding

Which one of the following acronym refers to a web vulnerability in which the client of a...

328 answers
135 good - 193 bad
 
23.09.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at EPHEC
Security on Coding

If your webserver supports secure connections (HTTPS), what is the best way to ensure that your...

617 answers
176 good - 441 bad
 
23.09.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at EPHEC
Security on Coding

What is true about bug bounty compared to security testing? (select all that apply)

361 answers
133 good - 228 bad
 
23.09.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at EPHEC
Security on Coding

What does it mean to use the Secure attribute when setting a cookie?

605 answers
261 good - 344 bad
 
23.09.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at EPHEC
Security on Coding

What is a message digest used for?

608 answers
223 good - 385 bad
 
23.09.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at EPHEC
Security on Coding

Is it useful to encrypt all data used in a program?

329 answers
226 good - 103 bad
 
23.09.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at EPHEC
Security on Coding

What kind of encryption is used by TLS?

373 answers
154 good - 219 bad
 
23.09.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at EPHEC
Security on Coding

Which one of the following technique will you use if you want to protect the integrity of data...

369 answers
155 good - 214 bad
 
11.09.2019
Marc Sevaux
SHELL COMMAND SHORTCUT

%> ls
f1text.txt f3text.txt m2text.txt t1text.txt t3text.txt

796 answers
75 good - 721 bad
 
23.09.2019
Amélie Gheerbrant
Maître de conférence (Lecturer) at Université Paris Diderot (Paris VII)
SQL

Assuming 'attribute' is a column name in the table 'Table', the result table of a SQL query of...

666 answers
116 good - 550 bad
 
11.09.2019
Amélie Gheerbrant
Maître de conférence (Lecturer) at Université Paris Diderot (Paris VII)
SQL

Assuming Table1 and Table2 have only one attribute a in common, which of the following queries...

407 answers
320 good - 87 bad
 
17.10.2019
Damien Molot
Ingénieur d'études at SoftFluent
SQL

What is the minimum value of the datetime column type in Sql Server

97 answers
23 good - 74 bad
 
23.09.2019
Charles Perez
Associate Professor & Co-head of chair Disruptive Digital Data at PSB Paris School of Business
System design

In the UML modelling language, which of these is not a possible relationship between cases :

317 answers
47 good - 270 bad
 
23.09.2019
Frédérique Laforest
System design

The Singleton design pattern:

340 answers
128 good - 212 bad
 
12.09.2019
Stephan Krusche
Postdoctoral Researcher at Technical University of Munich
System design

In which of the following scenarios would you use the Strategy Design Pattern?

121 answers
70 good - 51 bad
 
23.09.2019
Sébastien Aupetit
Ingénieur d'études et développement Java EE at Apside TOP
System design

We need to design two classes to hold a value: one for which the value can be modified and one...

336 answers
124 good - 212 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

Which is an intended use of a symbol?

191 answers
86 good - 105 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

Given the following code:

123 answers
48 good - 75 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

How can other TypeScript files be referenced?

321 answers
79 good - 242 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

What public properties exist on the following class definition?
 

263 answers
106 good - 157 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

What is the goal of control flow-based type analysis?

795 answers
783 good - 12 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

Given the following code:
 

918 answers
141 good - 777 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

What is a correct way to make use of a Generic Array type?

299 answers
261 good - 38 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

 If a module’s primary purpose is to house one specific export, you should…

409 answers
310 good - 99 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

How might you declare a new variable that could be assigned either of the two following logger...

335 answers
140 good - 195 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

What is the benefit of using a type guard?

208 answers
123 good - 85 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

You want to write a decorator called "sealed" with no implementation.

229 answers
21 good - 208 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

Given the following code:

103 answers
95 good - 8 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

Given a decorator called "sealed": what is the correct syntax to apply "sealed" to a class?

241 answers
219 good - 22 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
TypeScript

You want to add the value 12 to an existing tuple called myTuple.

504 answers
469 good - 35 bad