Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.
If you get an e-mail message with an attachment from a source that looks legitimate but you don't know, what should you do?
Open the attachment and let your antivirus software check it.
Mail the sender and ask if the attachment is safe.
Delete the message; if it's important it will be sent again.
Wait for a colleague to open it and see if they have any problems.
What is your most important defense against computer viruses?
Use antivirus software.
Never use macros.
Never let other people use your computer.
Check all e-mail attachments.
Which of these statements best describes a macro?
A sequence of commands written with malicious intent to damage your data.
The method by which all computer viruses are delivered.
A sequence of commands that can be run automatically.
A security device built in to Office programs.