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Andu 04-16-2008 07:16 AM

Thanks LibX!

One last question: What do you think is the best or most advanced protector or protection method for .net assemblies?

LibX 04-16-2008 07:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Andu (Post 6618)
Thanks LibX!

One last question: What do you think is the best or most advanced protector or protection method for .net assemblies?

For regular protection: Just use a obfuscator, sure it won't help against cracking but nothing will realy ;) if u want it cracked u can do it at least they don't have ur source code then my favorite over all is smartassembly, its fast and i never had a single protected output that was not working (would be nice though if it was a little more tunable)

And for hardcore protection: I think the method iam working on is pretty good but far from finished, its based on dynamic encrypted code with a source level implementation with a mixture of native code (still fully non unsafe compilation) and debugger protection, but its far from finished, and ofcource a fully custom VM to run code in is the perfect sollution but there are no fully working implementations of that yet.
Also i think SecureLM from microsoft is pretty good but also its not doing everything that they promise, iam sure i can get the original code back (no iam not going to publish details since i don't want a witch hunt ;p)

Regards
LibX

Kurapica 04-17-2008 07:00 PM

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Originally Posted by karlranseier (Post 6673)
What tool do you guys use for dumping and assembly from memory to harddisk?
and how can i view the obfuscated sourcecode of .net reactor protected assemblies? when i open it with lutz roeders .net reflector, i get exception from roeders reflector.

thanks

You can find a nice tutor on .NET Reactor in rongchaua site or follow this link

http://rongchaua.net/content/view/109/30/

karlranseier 04-18-2008 08:30 AM

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Originally Posted by Kurapica (Post 6674)
You can find a nice tutor on .NET Reactor in rongchaua site or follow this link

http://rongchaua.net/content/view/109/30/

these articles are vietnamese. do you have any other information?

rongchaua 04-18-2008 08:41 AM

@karlranseier:
Here is the link. They are written in English. Please register, login to view the article. I have problem with Google so I must private all links.
http://rongchaua.net/tip/how-to-unpa...actor-3.6.html

Andu 04-21-2008 07:12 AM

A question for the pros:

Are there any plans on writing a .net Reactor deprotector especially for library mode?
I'll not believe it's defeated before there is a deprotector or tutorial for library mode ;)

Regards,

Andu

LibX 04-21-2008 08:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Andu (Post 6770)
A question for the pros:

Are there any plans on writing a .net Reactor deprotector especially for library mode?
I'll not believe it's defeated before there is a deprotector or tutorial for library mode ;)

Regards,

Andu

Yes and when people are done writing this u can send the result to:

S********* 35
S*******, D-00000, DE
phone: +00 000000000

Andu 04-21-2008 08:10 AM

Ok, seems I have to look for something else ;)

LibX 04-21-2008 08:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Andu (Post 6772)
Ok, seems I have to look for something else ;)

Not funny if someon is posting ur home address isn't it Denis Mierzwiak? ;)

(for the people who just missed the point Andu is the developer of .NET Reactor)

Andu 04-21-2008 08:40 AM

No, I'm not :D

I'm just a concerned developer who wants to protect his property as good as possible and evaluating my options.

I whish however that Mr. Mierzwiak is reading this and makes his protection better.

Or that you write the mega Protector (maybe even open source and free ;) ).

(Don't know what makes you think that I'm the developer. Please read my posts again and you'll see that I'm fair and neutral (well, at least I tried to be).

Regards,

Andu


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