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How to Protect your Code from Prying Eyes and Theft

, , 16 Jun 2007 CPOL
Most .NET software projects can easily be tampered, exposing your software to security risks and theft of intellectual property. This article shows different techniques used to protect .NET code and determine the best protection for you. 9rays.Net offers you Spices.Obfuscator to these ends.

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NineRays
Web Developer
Russian Federation Russian Federation
Founded in 2001, 9Rays.Net is a developer tools company specializing in .NET. Coupled with state of the art products, is an excellent support team and at 9rays we assure you of premium performance. We are the leading company in our field of work.
 
Development offices are based in St.Petersburg and Moscow.

Mark Sochan

United States United States
Mark Sochan is a former business development executive at SAP and Crystal (now Business Objects) with experience in strategic partnering and OEM licensing of enterprise software and developer tools.

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