An obfuscator can obfuscate .NET IL Code and protect .NET dll/exe, supports name obfuscation and flow obfuscation. Obfuscated code is unreadable and unmodifiable, it can anti-decompile and cause decompiler crashed (e.g. .NET Reflector).
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Macrobject Word-2-CHM Converter 2007 2007.13.912.651 Convert Word to CHM, Doc To CHM, Create HTML Help from Word, Create ebook from Word. Keep format/style/layout of original document. Create topic tree from outline. Unique features: header/footer/navigator/related topics/cross-reference to hyper-link.
Macrobject DObject O/R Mapping Suite 6.23.929 Macrobject DObject suite is an O/R Mapping (Object-Relation Mapping) component package to be used in Borland Delphi. DObject includes OQL.Delphi, which is a strong-typed OQL (Object Query Language) based on native Delphi language.
Description: An obfuscator can obfuscate .NET IL Code and protect .NET dll/exe assembly. Obfuscated code is unreadable and unmodifiable, it may anti-decompile and cause decompiler crashed (e.g. .NET Reflector). Obfuscator.NET supports name obfuscation (e.g. class/method/field/parameters etc.) and flow obfuscation. Decompiler can not show correct structure and code of the obfuscated assembly.
Spices.Net Obfuscator 184.108.40.206 .NET Obfuscator - .Net obfuscation tool that protects your .NET software from hackers, competitors, and prying eyes by preventing unauthorized use, code tampering and reverse
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