Which of these would a mantrap prevent?
A) Simultaneous logins from multiple locations
B) More than one person through an entrance at a time
C) Database injection attacks from outside of the network
D) Inappropriate use of company assets
E) Pretty much anything that I like to do for fun
The answer: B) More than one person through an entrance at a time
A mantrap is a physical entrance that limits access to an area to more than one person at a time.
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