Define each of the following terms in your own words

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Define each of the following terms in your own words: Boot sector - Section of bootable drive which is responsible for definition of the operating system. The boot sector is read first and is responsible for starting the defined OS. File - A piece of data created to hold information which can be used, read, or written to by a specific application. Multipartite - A virus that can infect and spread in a variety of different ways. Old term that was used to describe viruses infecting DOS exe files as well as BIOS. Macro - A virus which infects certain files in an application which will add text or information to files when they are created or saved. Trojan horse - A virus which infects by disguising itself as a legitimate program. When the program is run, the payload is delivered and the infection begins to run its course. Email worms - A virus that can infect computers which will utilize the installed email system to attempt to spread itself. It creates an email message and propagates by sending itself as an
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