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Perform advanced static analysis on the ransomeware which will be later provided

Perform advanced static analysis on the ransomeware which will be later provided. Code explanation along with screenshots showing how the ransomware works.

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Perform advanced static analysis on the ransomeware which will be later provided

Perform advanced static analysis on the ransomeware which will be later provided. Code explanation along with screenshots showing how the ransomware works.

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The idea of the project is that we do 3 functions in the C language then we tran

The idea of the project is that we do 3 functions in the C language then we transfer the same function to the Assembly language and link them.

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Implement a linked list of Student class that has the following methods: 1- bool

Implement a linked list of Student class that has the following methods:
1- bool insertStudent(Student s): This method will insert a new student into the list only if there is no student with the same id in the list and then it will return true. If there is a student with the same id, this method won’t insert the student into the list and it will return false. Insertion can happen on both sides of the list.
2- bool deleteStudentI(int id): This method will delete the node that has student id equal to id parameter and will return true. If there was no student with the given id, this method will return false.
3- Student search(string info): This method will search for a student that has either first name, last name, or email address equal to info parameter and will return the very first occurrence. If there was no match, this method
Student class must have the following fields:
Field name: ID (integer), First name (string), Last name (string), and Email address (string)
NOTE: Using libraries under java.util.* is not allowed. The only exception is Scanner that you can use to read from the console, but all other libraries, including arraylist, list, linkedlist, etc. are not allowed and you must implement those.
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Implement a linked list of Student class that has the following methods: 1- bool

Implement a linked list of Student class that has the following methods:
1- bool insertStudent(Student s): This method will insert a new student into the list only if there is no student with the same id in the list and then it will return true. If there is a student with the same id, this method won’t insert the student into the list and it will return false. Insertion can happen on both sides of the list.
2- bool deleteStudentI(int id): This method will delete the node that has student id equal to id parameter and will return true. If there was no student with the given id, this method will return false.
3- Student search(string info): This method will search for a student that has either first name, last name, or email address equal to info parameter and will return the very first occurrence. If there was no match, this method
Student class must have the following fields:
Field name: ID (integer), First name (string), Last name (string), and Email address (string)
NOTE: Using libraries under java.util.* is not allowed. The only exception is Scanner that you can use to read from the console, but all other libraries, including arraylist, list, linkedlist, etc. are not allowed and you must implement those. Password required. (PM me)

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Vector Processors and Data Level Parallelism. Read the word file and answer the

Vector Processors and
Data Level Parallelism. Read the word file and answer the questions. Bid only if you able to complete.

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This program will be in assembly language and the starter code is given in the f

This program will be in assembly language and the starter code is given in the file. There is no input or output needed, only the screenshot of the variable changing in the debugger. The program is recommended to be executed using visual studio. You are watching the variable change in real time as the program runs through debugging. Changing 1 to -1. Provide the code with comments in a word doc with a screen shot of the debugger as shown in the instructions attached.

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List the simulation software available for various microprosesor assembly language program simulations.

List the simulation software available for various microprosesor assembly language program simulations.

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Output the five pieces of information to the console (stdout)

Open a file named “integers.dat” and keep track of the following information.
the first integer value x
the second integer y
the number of integers less than or equal to x
the number of occurrences of y
the total number of integers
Output the five pieces of information to the console (stdout)
For example, if “integers.dat” contains the integers “21 67 -13 21 1304 0 67 -618” I would expect “21 67 5 2 8” to be the result.
Meeting the above requirements is a bare minimum for the assignment. In order to get full credit, your program should:
have appropriate comments (not too much and not too little)
check for and handle errors, such as a missing file or an empty file
have readable output (beyond the example) and/or error messages
Please submit a single file called “project1.s” to the assignment.

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1105 to binary

*PLEASE SHOW WORK*
Question 1: Perform the following conversions:
1A7F to decimal
63D to binary
1110110110 to decimal
101011101010110 to hexadecimal
1105 to binary
2971 to hexadecimal
Question 2: Show the representation of the following values in 8-bit two’s complement notation:
21
-94
118
-61
Question 3: Determine the decimal value of the following 8-bit two’s complement binary integers:
1101 1001
0101 1101
1001 0000
0001 1010
Question 4: Perform the following additions of 8-bit two’s complement numbers:
0011 1000 + 0101 1100
1100 1101 + 1000 1011
0111 0100 + 1100 0000
1011 0101 + 1001 1001
Question 5: Perform the following subtractions of 8-bit two’s complement numbers:
0111 0100 – 0000 0110
1000 1011 – 1011 0100
0111 0111 – 0011 1010
1101 1011 – 1001 0010
Question 6: Convert the following 32-bit IEEE floating point numbers to decimal:
1100 0101 0111 0110 1110 1100 0000 0000
0100 0110 1111 1000 0000 0000 0000 0000
Question 7: Determine whether the following pairs are equivalent by constructing truth tables:
[(ab’+c)(a’+bd)] and [(a’c+cbd)]
[(b+d)(ad’+c)] and [(abd’+cd)]
Question 8: Using the laws of Boolean algebra, convert the following expressions into simplest form:
(a’+c)’
(wy’+z)’
(a'(bc’+d))’
((w+x’y)(xz+y’))’
Question 9: Draw the circuit that implements each of the following equations:
(BC)’+CD
(WX)’+(XY+YZ)’
AB+(BC’)D’
(WY’+Z)’+W(X+Y’)’
Question 10: Given the following electrical circuit diagram, complete the table below:
ABCXY
000
001
010
011
100
101
110
111
*PLEASE SHOW WORK*