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obfuscate vb 2008 source code

Posted on 2009-05-13
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I have a vb 2008 application and tried to obfuscate the source code but it will not run when compiled. I tried the free tool from MS, but nothing else yet. Do I have to obfuscate all of the project or can I just obfuscate the code on a DLL. I tried that but it did not work so I am not sure of what I did wrong.
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do you have any error message? do you know that you cannot use reflection on obfucated code?

no you don't have to obfuscate everything.
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