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Securing Visual Studio 2008 project

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Hi

I am finding it very hard to get a simple answer on how to secure my code.
I have looked at using a strong name but the walkthroughs differ a lot.
The one I'm looking at now is
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0c0116yz.aspx
Can someone please give me a basic guide to this
Thank you in advance
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secure ur code ? can u explain.. if all u want is to secure ur o/p dll/exe then u can use the obfuscator...
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I have been trying to use a strong name and think that I may have messed up my project. I followed the walkthrough at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0c0116yz.aspx
Where can I find a basic guide on how to use the obfuscator
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many tools are available for this

this is one of them by far the best i think

http://www.preemptive.com/dotfuscator.html
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thanks very much
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