Native DLL Exports from .NET Assembly

I was amused to find out that .NET assemblies can do native DLL exports with one and easy trick:

.method static void Rainbow()
    .export [1]
    ldstr      "Rainbow"
    call       void [mscorlib]System.Console::WriteLine(string)

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User Interface Testing. Levelled up with AI

Eazfuscator.NET is a production tool. This means a lot of people rely on it every day. That fact puts a great responsibility on us.

Eazfuscator.NET has hundreds of automated tests. Nearly everything is tested: obfuscation impact on serialization, reflection, code semantics, user interface etc.

User interface (UI) testing turned out to be a twilight zone of computer science. That's why we had researched and developed a testing technology for user interface that is based on artificial intelligence (AI). And I think it will amaze you.

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NuGet Deployment

Eazfuscator.NET 4.3 can now be deployed via NuGet.

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Historically Eazfuscator.NET is deployed as .MSI file that can be downloaded from the website. That's an awesome way of delivering Eazfuscator.NET to your development machine.

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Obfuscation for Unity Game Engine

Eazfuscator.NET 4.1 brings official support for Unity applications. This is the great addition since Unity got a lot of traction during recent years.

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Guncraft Is in the Wild. Powered by Eazfuscator.NET

Andy Dunn, a lead programmer from Exato Game Studios, contacted us in July 2012 and asked whether Eazfuscator.NET was the right choice for games.

It was a good question. Not only because the answer was Yes.

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Eazfuscator.NET Meets Twitter

It took me a long time to understand whether Twitter is useful. I'm not that old fashioned, but just look at this: Rain. Amuse me somebody. Just posted a photo. Twitter looks like a junk yard at first sight. I shared my opinion with my friend and surprisingly his answer…

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