dotNet Protector 6.0.5948

dotNet Protector is a .NET anti decompiler

License:
Free to try; USD 563.0 to buy
Price:
563.0 USD
Update:
Feb. 26, 2016
Our Rating:
User Rating:
3 / 5 9 vote
Platform:
Windows
File size:
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Category:
Software Development > Databases & Networks

From PV Logiciels

dotNet Protector is a powerful .NET code protection system that prevents your assemblies from being decompiled. With dotNet Protector, your application is not simply obfuscated, but method bodies are encrypted. EXE DLL, ASPNET and SQL assemblies can be protected. You can protect a whole application (main exe, referenced dlls) in a single executable. Your .NET code will run entirely from memory, without temporary disk storage.

Protection can be done interactively with an intuitive graphical interface, or automated, using the command-line functionalities of dotNet Protector.

dotNet Protector includes a powerful hardware sensitive anti-piracy system and extensions to help you develop your own software activation system. dotNet Protector is self-protected and uses its internal software activation system.

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