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how to prevent my code from being re-engeniered ?

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Hi,
i'm looking for a software that can help me protect my java code from being re-engeniered.
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The best you can really do is to obfuscate your classes.  A good free one is Retroguard.  Do a google search and you should find a download.
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tsachi, the operation of protecting the code is known and "obfuscation", that may help you focus you search. There are many freewares that does that.
I am using a tool that is not free, and called DashO pro.
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