A. Changing 1 bit of the input SHA-1 changes 1 bit of the output.
B. SHA-1 is stronger than MD5 because it can be used with a key to prevent modification.
C. MD5 produces a 160-bit result.
D. MD5 takes more CPU cycles to compute than SHA-1.
E. SHA-256 is an extension to SHA-1 with a longer output.
Which statement about the effect of this command is true?
Refer to the exhibit.
A. It lists the current protocol-to-port mappings of NBAR.
B. It lists traffic that is packet switched and bypassed by NBAR.
C. It lists the number of packets processed for unknown and unclassified flows.
D. It lists the attributes configured for unknown and unclassified flows.
E. It displays the link age for unknown and unclassified flows.