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World Wide Web or WWW
One of the most prevalent applications on the Internet, the World Wide Web allows for the exchange of documents formatted in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) which facilitates text, graphics and layout. As the World Wide Web has grown in popularity, its capabilities have expanded to include the exchange of video, audio, animation and other specialized documents. A system of Internet servers that support specially formatted documents. Another important aspect of the World Wide Web is the inclusion of hypertext links that allow users to click on the link and quickly navigate to another related site.

A special type of virus. A worm does not attach themselves to other programs like traditional viruses, but creates copies of itself, which create even more copies


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