O Level | July 2010 | M2-R4 (Internet Technology and Web Design)

1) The main function of a browser is to

A) compile HTML

B) interpret HTML

C) de-compile HTML

D) interpret CGI programs


B

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2) Spider is a________

A) a program that crawls around the web and stores pages in search engines.

B) hacking software that spreads virally

C) software that examines network vulnerabilities

D) a protocol for distributing large files


A

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3) FTP does not use

A) two transfer mode

B) control connection to remote computer before file can be transferred

C) User Datagram Protocol (UDP)

D) authorization of a user through login and password verification


C

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4) ___________ is used to enable the use of active documents

A) HTML

B)CGI

C) JAVA

D) All the above


D

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5) In <IMG SRC=”C:PICTURE/BB1.gif” ALIGN=middle> ALIGN is

A) A tag

B) The head

C) The body

D) An attribute


D

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6) Web pages are uniquely defined using

A) IP addresses

B) URL

C) Domain

D) File name


B

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7) Which of the following services are available on the World Wide Web? i) Encryption ii) HTTP iii) HTML iv) Firewalls

A) i) and ii)

B) ii) and iii)

C) iii) and iv)

D) i) and iv)


B

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8) Internet uses

A) packet switching

B) circuit switching

C) telephone switching

D) telex switching


A

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9) The ownership rights as related to content on the web are governed under

A) Copyright law

B) Patent law

C) Data protection law

D) Privacy law


A

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10) Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (MIME) was developed

A) to support email messages containing text and video

B) to support email messages containing text, audio and video

C) to support email messages containing audio and video

D) to support text-based email messages


B

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