A piece of software that replicates itself.
A piece of software that stays dormant on CD-ROMs
A piece of software that destroys network cables.
A piece of software that destroys floppy disks
Something easy to remember, like your date of birth.
Something easy to remember, like a word from the dictionary.
Something easy to remember, consisting only of letters.
Something easy to remember, consisting of letters and numbers. Something easy to remember, consisting of letters and numbers.
A virus that affects only executive files, such as program files.
A program that scans your computer’s hard disk for viruses.
A malicious program disguised as a different type of program.
A virus that is hidden in a document file.
It automatically shuts down your operating system.
It de-fragments your hard drive.
It removes the suspected virus and stores it in safe place.
It removes the virus and sends it automatically to the anti-virus vendor.
Your computer trips the main power supply
Your programs take longer to start or run more slowly than usual.
Your computer’s temperature increases
Your computer refuses to switch on.
Pre-install your Operating System software regularly
Scan your computer for viruses regularly
Backup your files regularly
Install an antivirus software and update it regularly
Ignore it and reboot your system.
Remove all floppy disks.
Run a full virus scan and heal the problem
Search your LAN for other e-mail users.