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Hello,

Can anybody suggest obfuscator's available for .NET in specific for C#?
Also if possible, share your experience.

Thanks,
Divyesh
Dec 21 '05 #1
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Hi,
You can find various obfuscator tools for C# from the following link,
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vcsharp/programming/tools/ and see Obfuscators
section.
I have tried also Community Edition of Dotfuscator which comes with VS.NET
2003. the problem with it is minimal functionalities and it just changes the
names and show that code when you decompile.
But, .Net Reactor is a really good one i have tried found on the following
link:
http://www.itlocation.com/en/software/prd64396,,.htm

I have used Reflector .Net Decompiler to test Obfuscated code..

HTH,

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Hello,

Can anybody suggest obfuscator's available for .NET in specific for C#?
Also if possible, share your experience.

Thanks,
Divyesh

Dec 21 '05 #2
After obfuscation all namespace / class / method name changes, does that
mean all my application refering obfucated dll has to change!!
I am sure, ther should be better solution to that. i will be gr8 if somebody
can share that.

--
Rgds,
Divyesh
Dec 21 '05 #3
After obfuscation all namespace / class / method name changes, does that
mean all my application refering obfucated dll has to change!!
I am sure, ther should be better solution to that. i will be gr8 if somebody
can share that.

--
Rgds,
Divyesh
Dec 21 '05 #4
There is a beta available of a tool that protects against decompilers,
but does not change the insides of your files. It uses encryption of
the entire file instead. http://assemblylockbox.gibwo.com

Jan 4 '06 #5

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