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Old 02-28-2011, 07:05 AM
visions_of_eden visions_of_eden is offline
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Originally Posted by kao View Post
•Using .cctor's to initialize protection, invalid .NET metadata, using delegates and strong name key protection are the only things that are really .NET specific.
Yes , sorry if i was not so specific but that's what i was talking about .
I liked the approach used by XHEO on using the .cctor to start the protection .

Obviously i agree with you that .NET being a interpreted language can't have strong protection (like flash or java for example) .

All protections used to obfuscate a .NET assembly that are at least decent comes from unmanaged x86 world .

Just a question .... to unpack XHEO did u analyze the whole packer code or just hooked the JIT to get unencrypted code ?
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