- n. Plural form of executable.
“As if readers of The New York Times will know what a self-contained executables is … Also, the fact that Firefox installs itself to a single folder has no importance whatsoever for users.”
“Bundle your own native executables, or call executables that you know are already on the machine.”
“To sum up: python_2. 4, lighttpd, cygwin and svn contains only win32 executables, which is, in my opinion, quite pointless for a project intended to be cross platform.”
“Use separate directories for files that must be trusted (such as executables) and files that must not be trusted (anything potentially written by an untrusted user).”
“It blocked any executables from starting except for IE.”
“Searching results in a long list of files that have network in the name, some of them are even called Network Manager, there are x-executables called Network Manager in several different places, but I can't seem to figure out which one I need.”
“In the screenshot at the top of this article we used two spacers to separate the start button and Windows Explorer icon from our two web browser icons and then again to separate the browsers from the other executables.”
“It's not very difficult to encrypt executables to make them undetected.”
“No, all the executables are being triggered from a secure separate unit.”
“And CodySafe (like the PortableApps menu) neither allows you to import an existing list of applications nor scans a directory (and subdirectories) for executables like PStart does.”
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