Ferenc Leitold

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He teaches computer programming, computer security and computer networks. His research interest is based on computer viruses: mathematical model of computer viruses, automatic methods for analyzing computer viruses. Abstract In real computers the operating system organizes the connection between the unique programs. In most operating systems a program can(More)
About the Author Ferenc Leitold graduated from Technical University of Budapest in 1991. He received his Ph.D. at Technical University of Budapest too, in 1997 in the theme of computer viruses. Currently he teaches in the Department of Information Systems at Veszprém University. He teaches computer programming, computer security, and computer networks. His(More)
About the Author Ferenc Leitold has graduated at Technical University of Budapest in 1991. He received his Ph.D. at Technical University of Budapest too, in 1997 in the theme of computer viruses. Currently he teaches in the Department of Information Systems at Veszprém University. He teaches computer programming, computer security and computer networks. His(More)
In real computers the operating system organises the connection between the unique programs. In most operating systems a (virus)program can modify other program and/or data files. For analysing the working mechanism of programs which modify other programs it is necessary to define a new computation model. The Random Access Stored Program Machine with(More)
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