METHOD A. Continuous evaluation. The evaluation will be continued according to the type of classroom / teaching practice that is used in the course. The student must have regular monitoring of the course to allow evaluation in this mode (being generally about 80%). 90% of the grade will be made through the following assessment: Oral tests, work and projects, enforcement of security testing tasks and / or simulated 10% of the final grade will be based on compliance with attitudinal objectives, to be evaluated continuously during the course. Delivery of practices outside the time limits will not to consider them within the continuous assessment. METHOD B. Official examination. Those students who have not passed the continuous assessment will be able to be evaluated as by a practical test in the computer room, as determined by the acquisition of the objectives and powers of the subject. The duration is 3 hours and the test consists in performing the jobs asked. Students also have to deliver all those practices that could not deliver when they are required. In this case the weighting is as follows; Practices: 50% Exam. with computer: 40% (mínim. 4) Test Exam.: 10% (mínim. 4) In SEPTEMBER. Students who have not passed the subject in February REGULAR call may be submitted in September, where only the mode B. In no case letters between calls and / or courses will be saved.