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  1. A
    The hash is a nearly unique digest of the message

    B
    The hash is encrypted using the public key of the sender

    C
    The encrypted hash serves as a signature of the sender and is sent separately from the decrypted message

    D
    The hash is the opposite of the usual process used in encryption, in which the public key is used to encrypt, and the plain text is not sent

    Explanation: Not available 

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  2. A
    System.Web.WebService

    B
    System.Web.Service

    C
    System.Web.Services.Service

    D
    System.Web.Services.WebService

    E
    None of these

    Explanation: Answer not sure 

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  3. A
    VersionMismatch

    B
    MustUnderstand

    C
    InvalidMessage

    D
    Server

    E
    Client

    F
    None of these

    Explanation: Answer not sure 

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  4. A
    WS-Routing determines the intent of a SOAP message

    B
    Messages can be sent to logical locations

    C
    The Web Services Enhancements for Microsoft .NET (WSE) do not support WS-Routing

    D
    All of these

    Explanation: Answer not sure 

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  5. A
    [RpcSoapMethod("http://mySoapAction")]

    B
    [RpcMethod("http://mySoapAction")]

    C
    [SoapRpcMethod("http://mySoapAction")]

    D
    [SoapRpcAction("http://mySoapAction")]

    E
    None of these

    Explanation: Answer not sure 

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