Flashcards in 6 Deck (25):
relating to a system of mutually linked devices or systems
[C] a shared boundary or common point for interaction between hardware and hard-ware or between a human and a computer
[C] any set of actions that attempt to undermine the integrity, confidentiality or availability of a resource.
[C] a part of TCP/IP, which is used to route a data packet from its source to its destination over the Internet
Internet Protocol (IP) n.
[C] the essential part of a program or operating system that performs the basic functions
to access a computer system, often by means of a password
log in (also on) v.
to perform the routine to finish using a computer system
log off (also out) v.
relating to a basic level of development of a device, usually implying a cheap price
[C] a type of card which stores data by modifying the magnetism on a band of magnetic material.
magnetic stripe card n.
[C] a large and powerful computer that can support hundreds, or even thousands, of users at the same time
[C] a language that has codes for indicat¬ing the layout and styling of a file, such as ita-lics, paragraphs, insertion of graphics
markup language n.
- [C] a web page made by mixing and matching content from other sources
- to automatically mix and match content from other sources on one’s web page
mash-up n, mash up v.
[C] application software for playing multimedia files, including both audio and video files
media player n.
[C] he working space used by the com¬puter to hold the program that is currently running, along with the data it needs
[C] a removable device with a flash memory card format
memory stick n.
to combine two files in such a way that the resulting file has the same organization as the two original files
a device for transmitting data over a telephone line, which converts analogue signals to digital signals and vice versa
[C] the main circuit board that everything plugs into and that contains the CPU, the busses, memory sockets, etc.
many or much, more than one
indicating extreme smallness: one billionth part of a unit
related to the Internet
[U] the rules of correct or polite behaviour for the Internet, especially in forums and chatrooms
[C] someone who uses the Internet frequently and in a responsible way