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thomaslee Exercise with OSI
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A list of applications will then be displayed.

(a) Why are these applications insecure, and what can you do about it? To answer this question may require you to reflect on your own attitude towards security on your PC and the effects on others if you connect your PC to the Internet.

(b) Choose any two non-Microsoft displayed insecurities and find out through further web research why, without the patches or upgrades, these are insecurities.

You may receive some information about checking for possible piracy software on your PC.

(c) If you are reluctant to install piracy checking software, why? (You can choose not to install any upgrade if you do not wish to.)

Who can help me answer all question for exercise, thank so much

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