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Smart .NET Obfuscator 8.5.9Smart .NET Obfuscator
Skater Smart .NET Obfuscator is an obfuscation tool for .NET code protection. Prohibits reverse engineering;Obfuscated application is not recompilable;Processes any .NET application, executable or assembly;Encrypts string constants;Compatible with any .NET framework (from 1.0 to 4.5);Control flow obfuscation stops decompilers and deobfuscators;Scrambles class names, method names, field names etc.
Smart .NET Obfuscator 8.5.9 details
|Released:||Jan 7, 2018|
|File size:||2.44 MB|
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Smart .NET Obfuscator for Windows 10 - Full description
Smart .NET Obfuscator is Skater obfuscator that assists you to protect your .NET app against reverse-engineering and code alteration, by making it difficult for a third-party to access your .NET project’s source code. If your whole business based on the IP embodied in your software or you do not want your C# or VB.NET code exposed widely around the world, then obfuscating your code becomes an essential need, not a sportsman pleasure. With Smart .NET Obfuscator, you get a comprehensive set of code protection features, including name mangling, control flow obfuscation, strings encoding, resources obfuscation, and assemblies’ linkage/merging. .NET applications can be easy to disassemble by ILDasm if they were not obfuscated before distribution, which can be a problem if you have invested human hours, money, and labors in your .NET coding. Securing your code by Skater Smart .NET Obfuscator is easy to do and adds a barrier of protection against reverse-engineering and code modification. Code obfuscation makes your .NET app hard to reverse-engineer, extend your .NET product with unneeded elements. Why may you need the bytecode extension? The PC world is changed in a different way and we do not think about how to save space on our hard drive, CD, and other media. The space is not significant now and we do not need to be worry about how to produce a much smaller application but we still need to protect our intellectual property. As part of the complete protection of your application, it is possible to insert unneeded elements and then obfuscate them as well. It will increase your assembly final size but will give your application one more security layer. Potential hacker will be deceived seeing the plenty of obfuscated code and it will be harder to figure out what part of your secured assembly is meaningful and which is not.