Worms Vs. Trojans

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Q: Which of the below statements is accurate regarding the distinction between computer worms and Trojan horses?


a. Trojan horses are harmful to computers and networks while worms are not.

b. Trojan horses are a form of malicious code, while worms are not (worms lay dormant until other code executes itself to complete a malicious act).

c. Worms replicate themselves while Trojan horses do not.

d. Worms can be sent through emails while Trojan horses can only be installed directly or remotely onto a system through a network.

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