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There`s lots of obfuscators, but i just can`t decide. I need the best there is, if possible free. Strings in Visual Studio are not obfuscated.
Posted 2-Nov-12 0:30am
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Solution 2

You could consider Crypto Obfuscator - its not free, but is affordable. And it has various obfuscation settings including unique ones like method call hiding, method encrytion, automatic error reporting, constant/string encryption, etc, etc
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Solution 1

Try this (it's free) :[^]
Fouad_kayali at 19-Sep-13 8:26am
Hi I have .NET website, and I want to know how to obfuscate it after publishing it. without breaking it.
Mehdi Gholam at 19-Sep-13 10:38am
Just obfuscate the DLL files, with any obfuscator you choose.
ianderf at 8-May-14 21:22pm
It just failed, when trying to obfuscate my application.
"Oops... Confuser crashed..."
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Solution 4

The best Obfuscator for .NET Applications!
Confuser is a protector/obfuscator for .NET, providing great security to .NET Applications.
Anti debugger
Anti memory dumping
Anti decompiler
Prevent any tampering of the assemblies
Encrypt codes
Encrypt constants (i.e. numbers & strings)
Encrypt resources
Control flow obfuscation
External/Internal reference proxy

My personal opinion is:
Holy moly. This works so good, it crashes SAE when it attempts to perform a decompile. It looks like it does an AMAZING job of encrypting and obfuscating code and I'm so happy I found this tool <3
CHill60 at 6-May-14 10:01am
Just so you are aware... Posting a solution like this (with a link to another site), to a question like this (over a year old), when this is your only post in CodeProject is usually considered spam, and can lead to your account being suspended. If you want to wax lyrical on how wonderful this is, perhaps a review on the actual site would have been better?
SoMad at 7-May-14 1:17am
You know I agree with you, but this seems to be a legit Open Source project, so I will let it slide.
BTW, I think he did post that exact review on the actual site: Jan 9 at 12:00 PM[^]
Soren Madsen
CHill60 at 7-May-14 3:40am
Yeah I let it go too - wasn't me that downvoted - although given that it's the same link that Mehdi posted in Nov 2012 perhaps I should have.
Don't know how I missed that post on the site though!!
Paule Paul at 7-May-14 4:19am
I will not advertisement for the Website etc. .
I made the experience, many people looked for a good Obfuscator...including myself!
As I found this great Obfuscator, I was Share with all!
Without any ulterior motives!
this is my first contribution and sorry if I've done something wrong.
In my next solution I will correct myself.
Sorry for my beginner's English.
CHill60 at 7-May-14 4:25am
That is ok. As you can see SoMad and I didn't really think you were advertising. I just thought it was better to warn you as you are new to the site :-)
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Solution 6

Just to give you my opinion: Confuser flags obfuscated programs as Trojan horses by many antivirus programs! It works well, but what's the advantage of obfuscating your app if it deters people from using it?

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