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    How to protect .NET Source code of program

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    And also whats the best program???

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    Wrong section, please use the Forum tab to find the correct section.

    (Coding, in this case)


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    Okay, so move it there.

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    Easiest way is obfuscating it with Confuser 1.9 (maximum protection), but a person can always just clean the assembly. I'd say NET reactor is decent. You can never fully protect your shit though. If someone really wants to do it, there's always a way to unpack and deobfuscate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickeninabiskit View Post
    Easiest way is obfuscating it with Confuser 1.9 (maximum protection), but a person can always just clean the assembly. I'd say NET reactor is decent. You can never fully protect your shit though. If someone really wants to do it, there's always a way to unpack and deobfuscate.
    unless you crypt the fuck out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickeninabiskit View Post
    Easiest way is obfuscating it with Confuser 1.9 (maximum protection), but a person can always just clean the assembly. I'd say NET reactor is decent. You can never fully protect your shit though. If someone really wants to do it, there's always a way to unpack and deobfuscate.
    Confuser has a decompiler fyi. And it works very good.

    I generally use Crypto Obfuscator or Smart Assembly.

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    So you said net reactor is good?

    I deobfuscate a .NET reactor protected project for few minutes!
    omg I need PROTECTION not programs which make +20 kb on the program hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOWERZ View Post
    So you said net reactor is good?

    I deobfuscate a .NET reactor protected project for few minutes!
    omg I need PROTECTION not programs which make +20 kb on the program hahaha
    As I said, I use CO and SA.
    They have control flow obfuscation that provides quite a bit of protection. Even if they COULD get it decompiled, it'd be impossible to get the original code and VERY hard to understand after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenshin13 View Post


    Confuser has a decompiler fyi. And it works very good.

    I generally use Crypto Obfuscator or Smart Assembly.
    There's a public decompiler for Smart Assembly and upacking Crypto Obfuscater is relatively easy. Like I said, if someone really wants to do it, they'll do it. Simple obfuscation just scares away the skids.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TOWERZ View Post
    So you said net reactor is good?

    I deobfuscate a .NET reactor protected project for few minutes!
    omg I need PROTECTION not programs which make +20 kb on the program hahaha
    Dunno. Friend of mine said he was using "custom" .NET Reactor Protection. Meaning he made it personally. I've never used it before so I don't know how it works. Hell, the only thing I use is Confuser. If someone really wants to see the assembly that bad, I'd take that as a compliment. Like I told Kenshin.
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    Hm...
    Yes so "Confuser" is the best Decomplier?
    Is it free?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOWERZ View Post
    Hm...
    Yes so "Confuser" is the best Decomplier?
    Is it free?
    It's not a decompiler. It obfuscates the assembly. It's free, but like I said, a person can just clean the program. You can use whatever programs that Kenshin mentioned, but there are also methods to get around that stuff. Just not as easy as Confuser. But it's quick and easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickeninabiskit View Post
    decompiler for Smart Assembly
    One phrase: Control Flow Obfuscation.

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    Yeah, that's true.
    But do you know a Java decompliers?

    Like IBot Project you don't know It I am 100% sure.

    And when decomplieing can you get the form design because some decompliers give me f*ck (error)...
    And can I give you 1 project to decomplie it, it's hard protected I don't know with what.

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    Can someone answer me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOWERZ View Post
    Can someone answer me?
    There's no "best". The well-known ones are horrible because it's known to most. And it's "easier" to make decompilers for them.
    Have something less-known, then you might stand a better chance

     
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