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The correct answer is C.

OBJ-4.2: There are two types of containment: segmentation and isolation. This is an example of a segmentation-based containment strategy that utilizes deception. Segmentation-based containment is a means of achieving the isolation of a host or group of hosts using network technologies and architecture. As opposed to completely isolating the hosts, you might configure the protected segment to deceive him or her into thinking the attack is progressing successfully, such as in the database modification example. The scenario is not a hack-back approach since the APT is not directly attacked, only deceived. Isolation-based containment involves removing an affected component from whatever larger environment it is a part of. In this scenario, the original database was never isolated from the network, nor were any other affected assets during the deception.

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