Hi I ‘m Sami from Fawzi academy
In this video I will show you how to fix
Error: An executable files was found outside of the specified trusted locations. What do you
want to do?
AutoCAD 2014 provides new controls to enhance software security and help prevent
loading and running of unauthorized or malicious
AutoLISP and VBA applications. You can also access these controls using the
• When TRUSTEDPATHS is set to one or more folder paths in quotes and
separated by semicolons, the previously listed
file types are loaded from the specified folders. • When TRUSTEDPATHS is set to
"" (an empty string) or "." (a period), there are no
trusted folder paths in addition to the implicitly trusted ones.
• When TRUSTEDPATHS includes
a folder that ends with … (backslash and three dots), all of its subfolders are also trusted.
And You can also access these controls using TRUSTEDDOMAINS system variables. always
set the TRUSTEDDOMAINS system variable to
"" (an empty string) or "." (a period), there are no trusted domains or URLs.
The Files tab of the Options dialog box includes Trusted File Search Path.
A security control on the System tab of the
Options dialog box provides access to new Executable File Settings.
You can allow executable files to be loaded from
all search paths or only from the trusted Thank you for watching fawzi academy please like and share this video Thank you for watching fawzi academy please
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hi this is my new Gopal senior Umbra expert currently associated with the embedded software labs today I am going to discuss how the x86 family memory is divided into four segments the memory is divided into four segments that is code segment data segment extra segment and stack segment and extends his family as this registers code segment register associated with the code segment memory data segment register associated with the data extra segment resistance associated with the extra segment memory and stack segment register associated with the stack now how these registers are being used which resistors are used for the which memory will go in to discuss now the code segment if you see registers this register is used in congestion with the extended instruction pointer to determine the address of the next instruction to be executed as we all know no other resistance are associated with the code segment so instruction pointer is basically used for the code segment to address it then the stack segment this register is used in conjunction with the stack pointer for the stack operations and the base pointer also associated with this time segment so usually statement memory is asserted with the stack pointer and the base pointer the data segment registers by default when the general-purpose registers like EAX EBX ECX edx and ESI and EDI ESI is a source index and di is the destination index are used as industry stirs they refer to these segments in 16-bit processors this includes only the BX source index and the destination index in it direct reference to the memory for example movie X comma some value count or count one is data segment related to the last one is extra segment resistance can be used as needed by the programmer but with the sting instructions edn di is asserted with the extra segment rather than with the data segment now these four segments when we write a program in C programming when we write this program in the user context of the process consists of portions of this address space that are accessible to the process while it is running in the user mode so this code segment is referred as as text and data segment is again divided into three areas initialize read-only data in its later unit data and uninitialized data and the extra segment is referred with the heap and static went with this tag as you see now we are mapping these four segments with respect to the typical arrangements of the user's process I am explaining you you can see in destroying so now looking into the text portion the text portion of the process contains the actual machine instructions that are executed by the hardware on many operating systems this portion of a process is set as a read one live so that the process cannot modify its instructions this allows multiple instances of the single program to share a single copy of the texture then the data portion contains the program's data and now that is divided into four three sections that is initialized read-only data contains the data elements that are in a initialized by the program and read-only while the process is executing this area can be used for items such as literal strings that the programmer can initialize but not change not many operating systems however currently support a read-only data area the next section as you see in the drawing initialized read read data contains data elements that are initialized by the program and may have their values modified during the execution of the process the last section is uninitialized data contains the data elements that are not initialized by the program but I'll set to 0 before the process starts execution this may be modified during the execution of the process usually in the UNIX operating system system cause this has an uninitialized data area and this is called as a BSS that is block started by a symbol the advantage of providing initialized data is that the system does not need to allocate space in the program file for this area the next one is the heap is used while a process is running to allocate more data space dynamically to the process the stack segment is used dynamically while the process is running to contain the stack frames that are used by many programming languages these stack frames contains a return address linkage for each function call and also the data elements required by the function as C as you see in the drawing the gap is shown between the heap and the stack to indicate that many operating systems leave some room between these two portions so that both can grow dynamically during the execution of the process they this area between the heap and the stack is also where the shared memory segments are usual allocator now I am going to write one program to explain how these segments are being used I'm writing in to debug equal to one can star program and main function with arguments II and argument we and in within this function into arguments II can star argument we and in die and call can star PTR and star malloc function program is equal to argument V and printer statements with strings and farlow and you have the Malak functions string copy function now looking into this program how these variables are being stored in the for segment I will go into explain you know the strings in the program like argument C equal to percentage d new line and percentages new learning can be stored in as a read-only data the integer variable debug is initialized to 1 so obviously it is stored in the initialized readwrite data and the character pointer program is an enslaved unit variable it is stored in the onion is less read/write data the variable I and PTR are automatic variables in a function that is meant as a function they are stored in the stack while the main function is being executed finally the storage space allocated by the Malak function is on the heap the function Malak from the standard c library allocates dynamic storage its arguments specify the number of bytes required and it returns a pointer to the allocated area the machine instructions comprising the functions main printf single n string copy and Malak which are written in the program are all stored in the text segments so today in this class we have discussed how the exchange six memory stood how his memory is segmented and those segments are mapped into the C programming and it is represented how they are represented in text to data sections three data sections heap and stacked program here and how this program is being stored in that particular segments so thank you very much for today all the West