5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Identity theft
- the Internet Explorer desktop application
- computer sabotage
- a Maliciously altering the content of a competitor's commercial Web site is an example of ____ is an act of malicious destruction to a computer or computer resource.
a. computer sabotage
d. a dot con
- b The accompanying figure shows _______.
a. the Internet Explorer desktop application
b. the Internet Explorer app
c. the Windows 8 desktop
d. a page of search results
- c _____ memory is very fast memory circuitry located near the CPU that is used to speed up processing.
- d ____ is the use of a fraudulent email message to trick the recipient into revealing sensitive personal information.
- e ____ occurs when someone obtains enough information about a person to be able to masquerade as that person.
c. Identity theft
d. Data theft
5 Multiple choice questions
- SMS can transmit up to ____ characters in one message.
- In the accompanying figure, box _____ represents a status bar.
- In a File Explorer window, you can tell that a folder is compressed by the _____ icon displayed.
a. exclamation point
b. open folder
d. empty folder
- The latest version of the Windows operating system is ____.
a. Windows XP
b. Windows 10
c. Windows Vista
d. Windows 8
- In the accompanying figure, box _______ provides one-click access to commonly used commands, such as Save, Undo, and Redo.
5 True/False questions
bus → A _____ is an electronic path over which data can travel.
c. redundant array of disks
attachment → ____ was the predecessor of the Internet.
Computer chips → _____ are very small pieces of semiconducting material that contain integrated circuits.
b. Computer chips
c. Optical drives
d. Expansion slots
mobile phones → IP addresses and their corresponding ____ identify computers available through the Internet.
a. HTML codes
b. TCP/IP routes
c. ring topographies
d. domain names
search sites → Google, Yahoo!, and Bing are all examples of ____.
a. social networking software
b. search sites
c. third-party cookies
d. tracking engines