5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- World Wide Web (WWW)
- boot sectors
- memory shaving
- a Unsolicited e-mails received by users, usually from advertisers
- b knowledgeable thieves remove some of a computer's RAM chips but leave enough to start the computer.
- c Contains billions of documents, is a portion of the Internet, uses the Internet as a means to transport information and is a separate entity from the Internet
- d spreads from computer to computer by user action
- e execute each time you start the computer
5 Multiple choice questions
- alert the sender that the spam message has been opened, adding your address to a list of validated addresses.
- a unique network identifier given to every device connected to the internet
- generally a minus sign (-), are used so that only Web pages excluding those criteria are retrieved
- provides extremely fast Internet access through fiber-optic lines that run directly to users' homes. No modems are required.
- is a high-speed online connection that requires a special external modem with telephone lines.
5 True/False questions
inclusion operator → generally a minus sign (-), are used so that only Web pages excluding those criteria are retrieved
cyberstalkers → a term used to refer to the Internet, is the unlimited span of networks using the same data exchange methods
hyper text → uses links to move to additional related information
Business-to-Business (B2B) E-Commerce → shopping online rather than at a physical store
hyperlink → is the area of law dedicated to computer crime