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Any good & free .NET Obfuscator tools?

Posted on 2009-03-29
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Hello,
I'm releasing a new software application and I need to obfuscate my class library.
Are there any good & free obfuscation tools out there?

I tried the DotFuscator community edition and found it worthless. After using it I was able to fully De-Obfuscate it and see my code

Even though it's not free, I tried Spices.Obfuscator and it keeps crashing after the "start obfuscate methods" function.
http://www.9rays.net/products/Spices.Obfuscator/

any tips?
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I know of only two free obfuscators around...
1. Dotfuscator Community Edition is free and ships with Visual Studio.
2. Skater .NET Obfuscator Freeware Light Edition, http://rustemsoft.com/SkaterLight.htm

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Haven't tried these personally, but here's a few you can look into...
http://twit88.com/blog/2007/09/15/free-net-obfuscation-tools/

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