Quiz10 - 1. (Points:1)

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1.  (Points: 1)      Information about how often you visit a Web site can be stored in a _____ on your hard drive. a. data file b. history file c. cache d. cookie   Save Answer     2.  (Points: 1)      Free computer games and free screen saver programs are typical carriers of a. DoS. b. worms. c. viruses. d. Trojan horses.   Save Answer     3.  (Points: 1)      A device that protects against a sudden increase in electrical power is a(n)
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a. anti-spiker. b. voltage regulator. c. network terminator. d. surge protector.   Save Answer     4.  (Points: 1)      A common way to protect information being sent over a network, when long distance is involved, is a. restricting access. b. putting up a firewall. c. providing passwords. d. encrypting.   Save Answer     5.  (Points: 1)      A _____ acts as a security buffer between a company's private network and all external networks.
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