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Posted 16 Mar 2011

7 Ways to Protect your .NET Code from Reverse-Engineering

, 16 Mar 2011
If you’re about to release your software internationally and it’s written in .NET, then you ought to consider protecting your code and IP. This article outlines 7 ways to protect your .NET code from reverse-engineering and other malicious forms of attack.

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