Deeper Visual Studio Integration

What if you had a personal assistant that could guide you through particulars of obfuscation?

Wait no more. Eazfuscator.NET 5.3 introduces a deeper Visual Studio integration that improves your productivity when it comes to obfuscation directives and configuration:

Eazfuscator.NET IntelliSense Suggestions

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Resource Sanitization

Eazfuscator.NET 5.3 has been released just a few hours ago, and it brings a particularly useful feature: resource sanitization.

Say you have the following XML file as an embedded resource of your .NET assembly:

<!--  
  Please thoroughly consult
  https://www.dropbox.com/s/jv1my3n1e0d/GrandPlanOfThings.pdf?dl=0
  before making a change.
-->
<lisp>  
  (define one? (λ (z) (= z 1)))
  ...
</lisp>  

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Data Virtualization

Code and data always come together.

DNA of Algorithm

Previously Eazfuscator.NET delivered code virtualization feature. Now is the time for data virtualization.

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Application Manifest Sanitization

Do you know what is the best method of data protection? Do not publish any information at all and you will get the best data protection ever.

It may sound like a joke to some people but in reality it is a very powerful concept. That's why recent Eazfuscator.NET versions started to perform automatic sanitization of application manifests.

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Obfuscation for Universal Windows Platform (UWP)

Microsoft is on the rush and producing new technologies with a speed of fertile female rabbit.

Today we have Universal Windows Platform or UWP for short. All the rage goes to the walled garden ecosystem and Orwellian “1984” where you have to pay 30% cut to the Big Brother.

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Visual Studio 2015, Roslyn Compilers and Obfuscation

Long long time ago Microsoft produced csc.exe and vbc.exe compilers for C# and VB.NET respectively. Those classic compilers come together with every version of .NET Framework and are usually located at a folder similar to C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319.

The classic C# and VB.NET compilers were written in native C/C++ code to solve the egg and chicken problem when .NET was at the age of infanity.

Visual Studio .NET (aka 2002) Splash Screen

All Visual Studio versions starting from 2002 used those proven compilers.

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