Description: dotNet Sniffer 2 uses the .NET profiler API to save assemblies loaded from memory. Once a module is handled by the .NET Framework, dotNet Sniffer saves it to disc if it was loaded from memory. Some tools are changing the module (decrypt methods ...) after loading; dotNet Sniffer allows you to save the module again during the execution of the first method (JIT). The profiler will be active only for the process to start; installing dotNet Sniffer will not affect the performance of other .NET programs. dotNet Sniffer 2 is available for 32-bit and 64-bit processors. 64-bit versions also install the 32-bit profiler and can save indifferently 32-bit and 64-bit processes. If you use 64-bit Windows, install only the 64-bit version suitable for your processor.
dotNetTools 64-bit Itanium 1.0 dotNet Tools includes a dumper that uses the .NET profiler API to save assemblies loaded from memory, a deobfuscator and a tool that removes LicenceProvider attributes from
Is Itanium the first 64-bit casualty? I remember when Windows moved from 16-bit computing to 32 bits. I had one client who kept crashing his Toshiba notebook. I'd install, and the next day the thing would be as lifeless as Michael Jackson's bachelor party.