5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- The Domain Name System
- dial-up access
- macro viruses
- data diddling
- a a system used by the internet to link domain names with their corresponding IP addresses.
- b attach to data files and take advantage of application macros
- c connects users to the Internet through a modem and a telephone line.
- d insiders modify data by altering accounts or database records so that it's difficult or impossible to tell that they've stolen funds or equipment
- e words and images that bring other documents into view when clicked
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- alert the sender that the spam message has been opened, adding your address to a list of validated addresses.
- a series of guidelines for good manners when using an Internet service
- a program that displays Web pages and linked items
- is the area of law dedicated to computer crime
- refers to a business providing supplies to other businesses via the Internet
5 True/False Questions
blog → a simple web page on which any visitor can post text or images, read previous posts, change posted information, and track earlier changes
web site → is a document that may include text, graphics, sound, animation, and video.
resource name → the last part of a complete URL, gives the file name of the resource you're accessing.
web browser → a program that displays a Web document and permits access to linked documents.
time bomb → a virus program that remains dormant on a computer system until it is activated by a specific event