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  1. 4. Load the operating system on a computer
  2. 10. A saved link to a particular web page
  3. 11. A way of sending messages over the internet
  4. 13. High-speed internet connection
  5. 14. Abbreviated name for malicious software
  6. 15. A link to another location or file on the internet, activated by clicking on a highlighted word
  7. 17. A barrier that acts as a security system to protect computers on a network
  8. 19. The number of distinct pixels that make up the display on a computer monitor
  9. 20. A software program that allows you to surf the web
  10. 25. A set of computers on a network that are managed as a unit
  11. 26. A point within a network that interconnects with other networks
  12. 27. Abbreviation for central processing unit
Down
  1. 1. Wireless communications technology intended to replace cables
  2. 2. Maximum amount of data that can travel a communications path in a given time
  3. 3. A device that allows computers to transmit information to each other via ordinary telephone lines
  4. 5. A measure of computer processor storage as well as real and virtual memory
  5. 6. A type of email fraud in which the perpetrator sends out emails that appear to come from a legitimate service or reputable company
  6. 7. Save or "pull down" files to your own computer from a remote computer via the Internet
  7. 8. The brains of your computer that is responsible for performing calculations and tasks that make programs work
  8. 9. A document sent with an email message
  9. 11. A cable used to connect computers on a network with a wired connection
  10. 12. A piece of code or data that is stored on a user's computer when they use the internet
  11. 16. A standard or set of rules that computers and other devices use when communicating with one another
  12. 18. A common name for "World Wide Web"
  13. 21. Abbreviation for random access memory
  14. 22. Unsolicited email messages sent for marketing purposes
  15. 23. Programming code inserted into other programs to cause damage
  16. 24. A programming language that is commonly used in the development of client-server web applications