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19. (2)
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27. (2)
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33. (2) LPT1Game PortCOM1
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37. (1)
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40. (4) CPU

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44. (1) 2 8 10 9
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51. (3) 32 32 CPU
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53. (1)
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57. (2) (Data Buffer)
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59. (1) CPU

60. (1) (Bus)9-Pin


61. (2) DVD-ROMZIPCD-ROMCD-R/W
62. (2) DPI(Dot per Inch)
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63. (2) Domain NameIP AddressWINSDNSDHCPProxy
64. (1)

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76. (1)

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110. (4) (Microseconds)

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112. (3) I/OPLCCPUUPS


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114. (2) DOSBIOSI/ORAM


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116. (2)
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131. (4) (USB)(Hot Swapping)(P
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146. (1) 12383387997
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168. (1)

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171. (2) (Hub)

172. (2) ISO OSI 9753


173. (1) (Last In Fast Out)
174. (3)

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176. (4) Windows TCP/IP IP
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177. (4) (ADSL)

178. (1) 2 1 200dpi 8000012


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183. (4) GIF
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187. (1)

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214. (3) CPU
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216. (1)
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219. (1) CPU GHzCPSLPMMbytes
220. (2) (CPU) ALU

221. (4) 4GB481632


222. (4)
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224. (2) ASCII Code "Harry Potter"101211
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226. (3) 5000RPM0.0020.120.0120.025


227. (1) CPU 1GB 3028242
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231. (3) LPTCOMUSBPS/2
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236. (3) CPU Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 2.67GHz 2.67 CPU

237. (3) CPU (IR)(FR)(P


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238. (4) 16 DVD-ROM 16X2.4MB7.2MB14.4MB21.6MB
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11800

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32. (4) Microsoft Word 2010


33. (2) Microsoft Word 2010

34. (4) Microsoft Word 2010


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45. (1) Microsoft Word 2010

46. (2) Microsoft Word 2010


47. (4) Microsoft Word 2010

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30. (3) (Time-sharing)(Multitasking)


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31. (3) (Operating System)
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32. (3) Windows XP
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34. (3)
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37. (3) Windows XP
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40. (3) Windows XP RAM

41. (1) Windows XP TrueType Ado


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53. (1) Internet (login)telnetpingcmdcrd
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56. (4)
57. (4) Windows XP .bat.exe.com.prg
58. (4) Windows XP DEL
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59. (1)

60. (2) COBOL BASIC

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61. (2) (Multiprogramming)


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63. (3) (Utility)(Operating System)(Accounting System)


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64. (1) PC I/O IRQ DMA
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65. (2) (Compiler)
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66. (2) Internet (LAN)ADSLIS


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67. (3) Windows XP Windows XP
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68. (4) Windows XP IBM
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70. (3) IDEOCROLEOEM
71. (3) Windows XP Media Player.AVI.WAV.DAT.
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72. (3) Windows XP Shift Ctrl Ctrl+
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74. (1) Windows XP TrueType Adobe


75. (3) Windows XP Media Player 10 CD CD MP
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77. (3) Windows XP CD 8

78. (4) Windows XP Internet TCP/IP


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79. (2) Windows XP

80. (2) Windows XP

81. (2) WindowsXP WordPad.txt.dbf.rtf.wri


82. (2) Windows XP
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86. (3)
87. (3)
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89. (1) Windows 2000 Server /


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91. (4)
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92. (4)

93. (3) ASCIIBIG-5UNICODEEBCDIC


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110. (3) Windows XP Ctrl+SpaceCt
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114. (1) Windows XP (WWW)TCP/IPIPX/SPXN
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116. (2) Windows XP

117. (2) Windows XP TrueType .sys.ttf.ini.fon


118. (4) Windows XP

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120. (2) Windows XP

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122. (3) Windows XP
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125. (2) Windows 2003 Server

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127. (1) Windows XP TCP/IP ipconfigpingro


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129. (4) Windows XP TCP/IP TELNET
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130. (1) Windows XP C C
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140. (1) Windows XP
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149. (2) Windows XP


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152. (3) Windows XP 1 2 3 5


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155. (4) Windows XP

156. (2) Windows XP ()C

157. (3) UNIXLINUXDBASEWindows XP


158. (4) Windows XP
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159. (1) Windows XP

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161. (1) Windows XP

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164. (2) Windows XP


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166. (1)
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173. (1) Windows XP 3
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177. (2)
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180. (1) Windows XP
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182. (1) Windows XP Internet ExplorerOutlook
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216. (4) Linux /home/usr/boot/var
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223. (2) Windows 8.1 ()

224. (3) Linux test.sh -rwxr-xr---r-xr-xr-x


chmod u=rx test.shchmod 755 test.shchmod 555 test.shchmod o-x test.sh
225. (3) iOS 7.x Apple iPad App2345
226. (1) Windows 8.1 Alt+TabAlt+ShiftCtrl+TabAlt+Shift+Ctrl
227. (2) QR code QR Code
2345
228. (2) LCD /
229. (4) Mac OSX 10.9Windows 8.1Windows 7CentOS 6.0
230. (4)

231. (4) Start AppWindows XPWindows 8.1Windows 7Windows RT


232. (4) Windows XPMac OSX 10.9Windows 7Windows 8
233. (1) Windows 7Windows Phone 8Windows 8.1Windows RT
234. (3) Windows 7Windows Phone 7
Windows 8.1Windows Phone 8
235. (3) Windows 8.1 3456
236. (3) Windows 8 SnapView SnapView 102
4x768800x6001366x7681920x768
237. (1) Windows 8 (Win) App Win+Ta
bWin+FWin+DWin+
238. (3) Mac OSX PrintScreenCommand+PrintScreenCommand+Shift+3Comma
nd+Shift+PrintScreen
239. (2) Windows 8 PrintScreenAlt+PrintScreenCtrl+PrintScreenAlt+Ctrl+Pri
ntScreen
240. (4) Mac OSX 10.9.x 5
1.5 Command+Control+
241. (1) FTTHCable ModemADSLEthernet
20

242. (2) (recovery)(checkpoint)

243. (3) ATMEthernetARCnetFDDI


244. (4) (Assembler)(Pseudo operation)?

245. (3) iOSAndroidMongoSymbian


246. (1) Linux inode df isu Ifree
idu I
247. (2) Linux ipconfigifconfigipsettingifsetting
248. (3) Linux chmodmodownchownmodch
249. (4) 140.92.18.10/25 IP 126 subnet mask255.255.255.12
8network140.92.18.0broadcast140.92.18.128
250. (2) Linux /var/test /var/test del
/var/test/*rm -rf /var/testdel -Rf /var/test/*rm -rf /var/test/*
251. (4) SSD(Solid State Disk)
SSD DRAM
Flash SSD /
252. (2) XML(eXtensible Markup Language)XML
XML HTML (tag)DTD XML
XSL XML
253. (3) Java (cross platform)(multi-thread)

254. (1) (system call)(Fibonacci sequence)


(kill process)(open file)(screen output)
255. (1) SATA3eSATAUSB3.0I
EEE 1394b
256. (4)

257. (1) 1000BaseT1000BaseSXFDDI10BaseF


258. (3) GSM(Global System for Mobile communications)
GPRS(General Packet Radio Service)HSDPA(High-Speed Downlink Packet Access)IS-95(Interim Standard 95)
259. (2) ISP(Internet Service Provider)

260. (1) PC

261. (4) (Hub)

262. (4) IPv6 128bit IPv4 ( 32bit)


4

96

4962 2
263. (1) IPv6 1001::25de::cade1001:0DB8:0:0:0:0:1482:57ab1001:0d8b:85a3:083d:131
9:82ae:0360:74551001:DB8:2de::e46
264. (2) IPv4 IP 192.168.0.0-192.168.255.255 IPv6 IP
FE80::1FEC0::2FF02::A001FF02::1:FF00:0101:0202
265. (3) () Linux
21

757175757572750
266. (2) MAC OS 8080338936605900
267. (3) GNU/Linux administratoradminrootsupervisor
268. (4) Linux bash Shell Script Script if
thenendendiffi

11800

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(2)

2.

(2)

3.

(3)

4.

(3)
3.5 (inch)

5.

(2)

6.

(2)

7.

(4) (Brain)

8.

(3)

9.

(3)

10. (2)
11. (1)

12. (3)

13. (4)
14. (3)
15. (2)
16. (3)
17. (2)

18. (2)

19. (3)

20. (2)
21. (2)
22. (4) Reset
Ctrl+Alt+Del
Reset
22

23. (3)
COPY

24. (3)
(Log)
25. (3) (Backup)(Audit)(Testing)(Identification)
26. (4)
Copy

27. (2)

28. (2)

29. (3)

30. (1) (Format)

31. (4)

32. (2) xxx.batxxx.exexxx.sysxxx.txt


33. (4)
34. (4) 100 50 20 Windows
20 1 100 50
35. (2)
36. (3)
37. (4)
38. (1)
39. (2)

40. (4) (PC) Ctrl+Alt


+Del

41. (4) (PC)


(BBS)(LAN)
42. (1) Ctrl+Alt+Del

43. (1)
44. (2)

45. (1)

46. (2)
47. (3)
48. (1)
49. (4)
23


50. (3) (Encrypt)
KeyUserid
51. (3) UPS
52. (1)

53. (4)
54. (4)
55. (3)
56. (3)

57. (1) DIR DEL

58. (1)
59. (2)

60. (2)

61. (4)

62. (4)

63. (4)

64. (3)

65. (3)

66. (3)

(UPS)
67. (1)
CPU

68. (1)

69. (3) (Virtual machine)(L


ogin-Password)(Kernel design)
70. (1)

71. (4)

24

72. (2)

73. (3) Web (PCT)(S-HTTP)


(BBS)(SET)
74. (4) Visa Master Card
(PCT)(S-HTTP)(BBS)(SET)
75. (1)

76. (2)
77. (3)
78. (4)

79. (1) BBS


80. (2)

81. (3)

82. (1)

83. (2)
20%

84. (3)

85. (2) Cross-site scripting


cookie
86. (1) (zero-day attack)
12 ()

87. (2) (Trojan Horse)

88. (2) (Availability)(Confidentiality)


(Non-repudiation)(Integrity)
89. (4)
90. (1)

91. (1)

92. (3) (Confidentiality)(Availability)(Non-re


pudiation)(Integrity)
93. (2)
25

94. (4) DIY()TINA()PIR


R()PDRR()
95. (3)

(Port Scan)
96. (2)

97. (1) HomePageActiveXCookieScript


98. (4)

99. (3) (VPNVirtual Private Network)

100. (4)
101. (3)

102. (1) ()

103. (4)

104. (1) Directory listingSQL injectionCross site scriptingComman


d injection
105. (2) ISMS
ISO/IEC 17799:2005ISO/IEC 27001BS7799 part 1ISO 9001:2000
106. (3)

107. (4)

108. (2) (social engineering)


(Confidentiality)
109. (3)
110. (4) SQL injection

111. (1) ISMS (non-conformance)(defect)


(deficient)(recommend)
112. (1) (SQL injection)

113. (2)

114. (4)

115. (4)

26

116. (3)

117. (2)

118. (3)

119. (2)

120. (4) SD CF PCMCIA Smartcard


121. (1)

122. (4)
123. (4)
124. (4) (SQL Injection)

125. (4) RGB


126. (4) ()
127. (4)

128. (4) (IDPS)

129. (4) /

130. (4) IP
Intel CPU
131. (4)

132. (3) telnet


HTTP
133. (3) (Memory Leak)

134. (4) IP IPVLANDMZVPN


NAT
135. (4)
136. (4)

137. (1)
138. (1)

139. (2) DDoS


27

140. (2)

141. (2) (Signature-Based Detection) (Anomaly-Based Detection)

142. (3) ECCDESOnetime PadRSA


143. (2) (IDS)
IDS
144. (4)

145. (1) RedundancyRAID 0RAID 1RAID 10RAID 3


146. (1) DNS DNS-PoisoningDN
S-HijackingDNS-CrackingDNS-Injection
147. (1)
148. (1) Windows NTFS
149. (3)

150. (1) Firewall

151. (2)

152. (2)

153. (3)
154. (4) Word

155. (1) BotNe


t DoS
156. (2) Bot
Net
157. (4)

158. (3)
(DoS)

11800

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1. (1) EPA
2. (1)

3. (4) CFC
4. (3) CFC

28

5. (4) 1 30 1
10
6. (3) 70%-90%25%-50%50%-75%60%-80
%
7. (2) 6 (a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(f)
a,b,ca,b,c,d,e,fa,b,c,d,ed,e,f,a
8. (4) () reset

9. (1) ()1
10. (4)
11. (3)
12. (4)
13. (3)
14. (4)
15. (4) VESA(Video Electronics Standard Association) DPMS

16. (2)
17. (3)
18. (4)
19. (3)
20. (4)
21. (3)
22. (2)

23. (1)
24. (4)
25. (2)

26. (2) A. B. C. D.
E.CDEACABCBCD
27. (4)

28. (2)
29. (1)
5W 2H 2H HowHow Much
30. (4)
31. (1)

32. (4)
50

33. (1)

29

34. (4)

35. (3) 101

36. (1)

email
37. (3) 40
50 10 Office
Office

38. (4)

39. (2)
CD
40. (3)
(Freeware)(Shareware)
41. (4) CD mp3
Windows
42. (2)
43. (2)
44. (4)
45. (1) CD
CD CD

46. (2)

47. (4)

48. (3) (Freeware)

49. (2)

50. (3)
1/2 1/3 1/12 1/12

51. (4)

30

52. (2)

53. (4)

54. (4) B
log
55. (1)

56. (3)
CC

57. (4)
CC

58. (1) CC

59. (3) CC

60. (1) CC

61. (3) P2P

62. (3) T

63. (4)

64. (1)

65. (3)

66. (1)
IT
67. (1)
(Software as a Service)(Platform as a Service)(Infrastructure as a
Service)(Storage as a Service)
68. (4) (Virtualization)(Migration)
(Virtual Machine)

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