Once a month
Once a year
Once every six months
A. Take him up on his offer. Easy money!!!
B. Delete the email. If this happens at work, report the attempt to the IT security office.
C. Forward the message to your friends so they can have a chance to make money as well.
D. Reply with a note that you know it’s a scam and are smart enough to recognize the attempt.
C. [email protected]$$w0rd1!
D. grouchy cat laser pointer
A. Click on the button to remove the virus.
B. Place your cursor over the button and check the link’s website address (URL). If the address looks legitimate, click on it. If it looks like a scam link, close the window.
C. Close both the original browser window and the new “pop-up” window. Do not return to that site.
D. Hit the back button and see if it goes away.
A. Once a week
B. Only when you suspect there is or could be a problem
C. Every day
D. Whenever you create new files or upload pictures you don’t want to lose
A.WPA2, unique password (complex), and WPS disabled
B. WEP, unique password, WPS enabled
C. WPA2, default password, WPS disabled
D. WPA, default password and WPS enabled
A. Purchase bitcoins and pay the ransom to retrieve your files
B. Do not pay and take the loss