BIOL 302 BIOL302 MODULE 5 QUIZ Answers (UMUC)

BIOL 302 BIOL302 MODULE 5 QUIZ Answers (UMUC)

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BIOL 302 MODULE 5 QUIZ (UMUC)

  1. State the correct response to the following questions about computer IDomises. Can messages be sent from your e-mail account without your knowledge or permission?
  2. Would this incident be an example of social engineering?
    You receive a phone call from the technical support department of a software maker alerting you to a bug in the company’s software, which you have purchased. The tech offers to walk you through the steps required to fix the software on your computer.
  3. Would this incident be an example of social engineering?
    Receiving a request by phone for your date of birth, home address, and social security number to verify your pharmacy’s prescription files
  4. Would this incident be an example of social engineering?
    You are working as a receptionist at a real estate company. You receive a phone call from one of the agents who asks for the email address of another agent he needs to contact.
  5. Would this incident be an example of social engineering?
    Finding a music CD on the subway and playing it on your computer
  6. Which of the following is generally not considered PII?
  7. Which of the following measures is least to help you protect your PII?
  8. If messages are being sent from your email account without your knowledge, this is a sign that your computer is infected with
  9. Which of the following email scenarios is more likely than the others to involve phishing?
  10. Which of the following is not characteristic of a phishing email?
  11. Indicate whether the following actions are the actions of a person who will be a victim, or will not be a victim, of phishing attacks.
    Clicking on a provided link instead of typing the known web address into a web browser. It’s faster and more reliable.
  12. Indicate whether the following actions are the actions of a person who will be a victim, or will not be a victim, of phishing attacks.
    Replying to an e-mail requesting your user ID and password
  13. For the following scenario, indicate whether the actions are good practices or bad practices to safeguard your personally identifiable information.
    Dale uses his first name as a password.
  14. For the following scenario, indicate whether the actions are good practices or bad practices to safeguard your personally identifiable information.
    Sierra uses a long pass phrase such as “A stitch in time saves 9” with special characters between the words for her bank account password.
  15. For the following scenario, indicate whether the actions are good practices or bad practices to safeguard your personally identifiable information.
    Terry uses the same password on most of his online accounts so that he can easily remember his login information.

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