Module 8 – Post-assessment Quiz Welcome to your Module 8 - Post-assessment Quiz Malware is considered a technical threat.TrueFalse Secure public Wi-Fi needs a password to log in. In addition, it will ask you to fill a registration form with personal details as well as your bank account number.TrueFalse Putting your 3rd cousin's name as you password to you social media accounts is fine. After all nobody knows her from you circle.TrueFalse Malware is any software that is intended to damage or disable computer systems without the owner's knowledge.TrueFalse Phishing is a type of crime, where victims get striped of their personal belongings, including mobile phone, tablet, laptop, etc.TrueFalse You feel uncomfortable with the content of a website you visit. What do you do?You keep browsing. After all, there is information you need.You leave the site immediately and ask someone with more experience to check it out.You share the inappropriate information to your social media. You found this amazing game application on a website, but you can only download it from there and not in Apple Store or Google Play. What do you do?You don't download the application since there is no security on that website.You download the game and enjoy playing the game during you lessons.You change your privacy settings so you can install the application, although you phone warned you. It is wise to answer to emails that have as a subject:You just won 1 million Euros. Share your bank account and claim it!Claim you free toaster by following the link in this email!Teaching material for by Ms. Elena. You just received an email from , informing you that someone has singed into your account from another country and requesting you to click to a link to change your password. What do you do?You click immediately the link and follow the instructions to change your password.You check the link and try to figure out if it's the real deal.You check previous communication emails with Google when you changed your password again and compare the two emails. Which is a best practice to protect yourself while using social media?Customise privacy options so providers get the minimum of data from you.Regularly perform a Google search for yourself to learn what information about you is available on the Web.You do both actions. Time is Up!