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Lecture    DV3456
All You Need to Know About AutoCAD Secure Load
Fenton Webb
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Description

Building on concepts originally introduced in AutoCAD 2013 SP 1.1, AutoCAD 2014 software implemented a much more stringent security model in place for applications. This has been introduced to combat the rise of malware that targets AutoCAD. This class teaches you everything you need to know about the new security features inside of AutoCAD and how to create apps that observe these new security features.

Key Learnings

  • Describe security concerns in AutoCAD
  • Explain how AutoCAD makes itself secure
  • Create secure apps
  • Create secure AutoCAD apps

Speakers

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Fenton has been a member of the Autodesk DevTech team since 2000. Originally a member of the EMEA Team, he relocated to California to work for DevTech Americas. Fenton is an expert in all the AutoCAD® APIs, AutoCAD OEM, RealDWG®, AutoCAD Revit® and AutoCAD Plant 3D®. He particularly enjoys traveling to evangelize the APIs he supports at the Autodesk annual Developer Days conferences.Before joining Autodesk, Fenton worked for an ADN partner developing ObjectARX® applications in the civil and structural engineering domain.
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