What relationship is a Trojan Horse to malware?
A Trojan Horse used to be called malware
They are the same thing
Malware is a type of Trojan Horse
A Trojan Horse is a type of malware
Malware that tells you that you are infected with viruses to trick you into downloading and purchasing fake antivirus software is called what?
An email telling you that you are the beneficiary to an inheritance is likely to be what type of scam?
Pump & Dump Scam
Advance Fee Fraud
A new set of EU regulations this year is likely to affect how social media websites deal with privacy controls. What are the EU regulations called?
User Data Protection Controls (UDPC)
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Data Protection for EU Nationals (DPEU)
General User Controls (GUC)
You get a friend request on Facebook from someone you're already friends with. What type of scam could this be?
You get an email from someone you don't know recommending you invest in a certain stock. What scam is this likely to be?
A Pump & Dump Scam
Malware Attachment Scam
When you see a padlock or a letter S next to http on the web address bar, what does that mean?
The webpage is secure and encrypts data sent from it.
It means the webpage is deemed "at risk" and you should not enter sensitive information into it.
The page is Microsoft Certified
The page doesn't belong to the website on which it is hosted.
What is 2-Factor Authorization?
A technology to add an extra layer of security instead of just a password.
A technology that makes passwords more difficult to guess.
A technology used to protect your photos on social media.
An encryption technique for sensitive files.
In urban online slang, what is flaming?
A colloquial term given to breaking an encryption code.
To personally attack someone else across the Internet.
To shred digital files so they cannot be recovered.
To open dangerous email attachments on your computer, consequently infecting it with malware.
What is a botnet?
Malware that encrypts your data
A network of infected computers controlled by a "master" device
A piece of software that scans a network looking for malware.
A name given to a secure local area network sat behind a firewall.