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Analyzing a .NET executable or DLL without .NET installed

, 15 Feb 2013
A pure Win32 API applicaiton that can analyze a .NET binary without .NET installed.
Haephrati-Net-Alanyze.zip
resource
bitmap3.bmp
icon1.ico
LIST.BMP
Haephrati-Net-Analyze-executable.zip
Haephrati-Net-Analyze.exe
Haephrati-Net-Analyze-src.zip
bitmap3.bmp
icon1.ico
LIST.BMP
TreeControl.rsrc.aps
NETPEParser.suo

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Michael N. Haephrati
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United States United States
Michael Haephrati, is an entrepreneur, inventor and a musician. Haephrati worked on many ventures starting from HarmonySoft, designing Rashumon, the first Graphical Multi-lingual word processor for Amiga computer. During 1995-1996 he worked as a Contractor with Apple at Cupertino. Worked at a research institute made the fist steps developing the credit scoring field in Israel. He founded Target Scoring and developed a credit scoring system named ThiS, based on geographical statistical data, participating VISA CAL, Isracard, Bank Leumi and Bank Discount (Target Scoring, being the VP Business Development of a large Israeli institute).

During 2000, he founded Target Eye, and developed the first remote PC surveillance and monitoring system, named Target Eye.

Other ventures included: Data Cleansing (as part of the DataTune system which was implemented in many organizations.


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