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ICT TRIAL EXAM 2012 Marking Scheme For Section A Question No. 1. 2. 3.

CHIPS Answer Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

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C False J M Computer fraud Copyright infringement D 220 1000000 B A LAN Peer-to-peer True N Extranet Fiber optic e-commerce, e-business L N False B Clarity D P Q Double Area RM 240 False Procedure People/human/user C False Query Modify
TOTAL MARKS

Marking Scheme Section B Trial Exam 2012 26.
a. b. Cyber Law Fraud – Having attention to take advantage over or causing loss to the other people, mainly on monetary basis through the use of computer eg email hoaxes, programme fraud, investment scheme, sales promotion, hacking

1 mark Fraud – 1m Definition of fraud – 1m Example of fraud – 1m 1 mark 1 mark

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a. A- Presentation B - Graphic 2 Characteristics of OS software provided for use, modification and redistribution software that any programmer can download from the Internet for free and modify with suggested improvements.the only qualification is that changes can't be copyrighted a. B - Coaxial Cable C – Fiber optic b. No cost for physical medium - Data can be sent to unlimited people – no network - Data can be transmitted faster - Wider area of coverage b. • • •

Any 2 2 marks

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1 mark 1 mark Any 2 2 marks

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a. Testing The multimedia developers will use a checklist to test the multimedia program. If there are any errors, the programmer will fix the program. b. Navigation/ interface / content. Navigation –navigation aids and consistency Interface – casper principles are used Which are contrast, proximity, emphasis and repetition Content – the goals of the program, text, graphics, audio, video, animation, language used and how informative the program is.

1 mark 1 mark for description

Any one and explanation 2 marks.

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a. Approach A – Structured approach Approach B - Object –oriented approach b.

1 mark 1 mark

A Uses a top down design model Programmer divides programming problem into module Medium programming project

Differences Uses Emphasize

B Uses object The programmer packages the data and function into single unit , object Large programming project
Any two differences (2 Pairs) for 2 marks

Suitable for

Marking Scheme Section C Trial Exam 2012 31. (a) Someone – perpetrators - Category of perpetrators Perpetrators -1 m

Category Hacker

Description Someone who accesses a computer or network illegally. They often claim the intent of their security breaches is to improve security. They have advanced computer skills. Someone who accesses a computer or network illegally, but has the intent of destroying data, stealing information, or other malicious action. They have advanced computer skills. Someone who has the same intent as a cracker but does not have the technical skills and knowledge. They are often teenagers. Someone who is hired to break into a specific computer and steal its proprietary data and information. Employees who break into their employers’ computers for a variety of reasons. Someone who uses e-mail as a vehicle for extortion or libeling. Someone who uses the Internet or network to destroy or damage computers for political reasons.

1 category – 1m 1 discription – 1m Total = 3marks

Cracker

Script Kiddie

Corporate Spy Unethical Employee Cyber Extortionist Cyber Terrorist 31.

(b) Describe 2 ways how people to protect their computer (through human aspects) • User should be identified and authenticated • Users should disable file and printer sharing on Internet connection. • Users should implement physical access control (looked doors, windows and equipment) • Users should use passwords, possessed objects and biometrics. • Any reasonable answer – action take by the human/user.

Any two and give briefly explanation.

4 marks (what action should take by the human)

32. Input
Customer name Model of the car Price of the car Down Payment Number of Years for the loan Annual Interest percentage

Processing
Loan = Price – Down Payment Monthly Instalment = (((Loan x (Annual Interest Percentage / 100)) x Number of Years + Loan) / (Number of Years x 12)

Output
Monthly Installment

Input – any 4 input for 4 marks Processs – 2 formula for 2 marks Output – 1 output For 1 marks Total = 7 marks

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(a) (i) (ii) (iii)

Fill in the fields into the table e Mak relationshi ( one to m ke ip many) Writ PK and FK te K

Friend’ Info ’s Friend ID (PK) D Name Address Date of Birth

Phone Number Tele ephone Number Frie ID (FK) end

Field in table 1 i (any 3) – 1 m 3 Field in table 2 i (all Cor rrect)– 1m Label PK & FK and K make rel lationship – 1m Total = 3 marks

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(b) Create a form Form Title – 1m T Any 3 Fields – 1m F Sample data – 1 m Draw for in box – rm 1m Total = 4 marks

FRIE END’S INFO ORMATION FORM N FRIE END ID ME NAM ADD DRESS A0 001 HA ASNUL BIN AWANG N G No 3 Lorong 70, o. g Ta aman Kg Pa adang 2, 25 5200 Kuanta an. 15 5.05.1994

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