.NET Core, .NET Standard and Portable PDB Support. Delivered

Eazfuscator.NET now officially supports .NET Core and .NET Standard technologies.

Eazfuscator.NET supports them all

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Obfuscation of Value Tuples

C# 7 and Visual Basic 15 introduced the notion of value tuples. The concept is similar to what you may find in System.Tuple but with two important distinctions:

  1. The new System.ValueTuple is a value type while the older System.Tuple is a reference type. The value type tends to be a more efficient data type when it comes to passing the values in and out of the method calls

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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 Do not publish any information at all and you will get the best data protection ever.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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