Computing in the Modern World Study Guide

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Computing In the Modern World Study CDA Guide
What is Web 1.0 ? - Internet before 1990. "Read-Only" Era

What is Web 2.0 ? - Internet after 1990. "Read-Write-Publish" Era

What is Web 3.0 ? - Internet now and of of the Future. "Personalized/3-D" Computing

What is firewall? - security software: a piece of computer software intended to prevent unauthorized access to system software or data

What are Anti-Virus Programs? - protective software designed to defend your computer against malicious software.

What is Spyware? - software that reveals identity of user: software surreptitiously installed on a hard disk without the user's knowledge that relays encoded information on his or her identity and Internet use via an Internet connection

What is adware? - any software package which automatically renders advertisements. These advertisements can be in the form of a pop-up.

What is encryption? - the conversion of data into a form, called a ciphertext, that cannot be easily understood by unauthorized people.

What is HTML? - markup for World Wide Web: the markup language used for creating documents on the World Wide Web.

What is an HTML tag? - a code that describes how a Web page is formatted

What are Boolean Operators? - word used in text search: a connecting word or symbol that allows a computer user to include or exclude items in a text search (AND, OR, NOT, () )

What is a web browser? - Web program: a program used for displaying and viewing pages on the World Wide Web

What is a web server? - program providing Web pages: a program that serves up Web pages when requested by a client, e.g. a Web browser

What is a web page? - location on World Wide Web: a computer file, encoded in HyperText Markup Language HTML and containing text, graphics files, and sound files, that is accessible through the World Wide Web

What is the world wide web? - Internet-connected files: a system for accessing, manipulating, and downloading a very large set...
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