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Does Dotfuscator really work?

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Hi,

Does Dotfuscator really work? I mean is there no way to decompile your
program when it's done? Or does it just make it more difficult to work with
the decompiled code?

Also, is there any kind of performance penalty?

TIA
Jul 21 '05 #1
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"Does Dotfuscator really work? I mean is there no way to decompile your
program when it's done? Or does it just make it more difficult to work
with
the decompiled code?"

It just makes it more difficult to work with the decompiled code.

"Also, is there any kind of performance penalty?"

It depends on the configuration put into using Dotfuscator.
To get the best performance out of it, is to apply Control Flow
obfuscation on methods that contain plenty of if, while, and for
constructs and exclude any methods that don't have as much.
Using removal also makes leaves out any code that isn't used making the
app more compact.

Jul 21 '05 #2

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