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To control the execution of a server process when it is receiving bad packets from a potentially malicious client,
you set the SEC_PROTOCOL_ERROR_FURTHER_ACTION initialization parameter as follows:
SQL> ALTER SYSTEM SET SEC_PROTOCOL_ERROR_FURTHER_ACTION = Drop,10;
What is the significance of this setting?

A.
It terminates the client connection after 10 bad packets and the client cannot reconnect to the same
instance.

B.
It terminates the client connection after 10 bad packets but the client can still reconnect, and attempt the
same operation again.

C.
It terminates the client connection 10 seconds after receiving a bad packet and the client cannot reconnect
to the same instance.

D.
It terminates the client connection after receiving a bad packet and the client can reconnect to the same
instance after 10 minutes.

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