A firewall technician has been instructed to disable all non-secure ports on a corporate firewall. The technician
has blocked traffic on port 21, 69, 80, and 137-139. The technician has allowed traffic on ports 22 and 443.
Which of the following correctly lists the protocols blocked and allowed?
Blocked: TFTP, HTTP, NetBIOS; Allowed: HTTPS, FTP
Blocked: FTP, TFTP, HTTP, NetBIOS; Allowed: SFTP, SSH, SCP, HTTPS
Blocked: SFTP, TFTP, HTTP, NetBIOS; Allowed: SSH, SCP, HTTPS
Blocked: FTP, HTTP, HTTPS; Allowed: SFTP, SSH, SCP, NetBIOS
The question states that traffic on port 21, 69, 80, and 137-139 is blocked, while ports 22 and 443 are allowed.
Port 21 is used for FTP by default.
Port 69 is used for TFTP.
Port 80 is used for HTTP.
Ports 137-139 are used for NetBIOS.
VMM uses SFTP over default port 22.
Port 22 is used for SSH by default.
SCP runs over TCP port 22 by default.
Port 443 is used for HTTPS.