July 25th, 2013, 07:19 AM
Crypto Obfuscator For .Net 2013 R2 released
LogicNP Software has released Crypto Obfuscator For .Net 2013 R2 which provides superior code protection, obfuscation, optimization and automatic exception reporting for your .Net assemblies. Crypto Obfuscator combines powerful obfuscation, encryption and optimization techniques to provide the very best protection to your .Net code against reverse-engineering.
Automatic Exception Reporting makes it extremely easy to catch any unhandled exceptions and for your users to easily report these exceptions to you with a single click of a button. The exception reports include all pertinent information including full stack trace info along with the values of all method arguments and local variables, system information and optional developer defined custom data like log files, screenshots, etc. All exception reports can then be automatically download from the exception reporting service and viewed within Crypto Obfuscator.
Crypto Obfuscator’s metadata reduction, assembly & resource compression and dependency embedding functionality simplifies and reduces the deployment of your software. Crypto Obfuscator supports all versions of the .Net framework from v1.0 to v4.0 and Visual Studio 2002 to Visual Studio 2010. It also supports the WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone 8/7, Portable Class Libraries, WinRT/Metro, Mono Android, Mono Touch, Unity3D, .Net Compact Framework, .Net Micro Framework, and XNA. It can protect assemblies created with any .Net language including C#, VB.Net, Managed C++, J#, etc. It supports direct XAP file obfuscation, XAML/BAML obfuscation, improved control flow obfuscation, support for PDB files, a Visual Studio Project Integration Wizard, Support for Windows Phone 7 obfuscation, automatic authenticode signing, Test Mode obfuscation, improved COM Interop support and more!
The new version features new Code Masking And Const Field Removal Obfuscation Settings, support for Portable Class Libraries (PCL), improved support for Mono Android, Mono Touch and Unity3D assemblies. obfuscation speed improvements, and various other improvements and fixes.
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