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Enemy at the Gates: Protect Your Intellectual Property through Guile and Subterfuge

, 16 Jul 2007 CPOL
The advertorial is mainly about protecting intellectual property and the essential points to remember in order to do so. It mainly emphasizes on the benefits of obfuscation and how it can help in disabling easy reverse engineering in .NET codes.

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