Chapter 5: Software Security
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1. Which best defines the global assembly cache:
It is a cache within a machine which stores the global addresses of machines on the Internet.
It is a cache within a machine that contains the assemblies which are to be shared with applications.
It is a cache within a machine which stores the user IDs and passwords, and their roles.
It is a cache within a machine stores memory accesses to the disk whenever the main memory is filled-up.
It is a cache within a machine stores disk accesses when the main memory is filled-up.