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Eazfuscator.NET Documentation


Table of Contents

What Is Eazfuscator.NET?
1. Introduction
Definition of Obfuscation
Why .NET Applications Need Obfuscation
In Theory
In Practice
When to Use Obfuscation
Drawbacks of The Obfuscation
2. Quick Start
3. How Does Eazfuscator.NET Work?
Obfuscation Techniques
Symbol Renaming
String Encryption
Constant Literals Pruning
Overload Induction
Class Hierarchy Linerization
XML Documentation Filter
XAML Renaming
Optimization Techniques
Merging of String Literal Duplicates
Sealing of Terminal Classes
String Compression
Code Optimizations
4. Advanced Features
About Advanced Features
Declarative Obfuscation Using Custom Attributes
System.Reflection.ObfuscateAssemblyAttribute
System.Reflection.ObfuscationAttribute
.NET Compact Framework, Silverlight, Windows Store and .NET Core Projects
Indirect Declarative Obfuscation
Obfuscation Attribute Priorities
Conditional Obfuscation
Type Members
Options are Combinable
Diagnostics
Symbol Names Encryption
Advanced Symbol Renaming Options
Symbol Renaming with Printable Characters
Type Renaming Patterns
Advanced String Encryption Options
Code Control Flow Obfuscation
Assemblies Merging
Introduction
Instructions
Tuning
Internalization
Custom Parameters for Merging
Assemblies Embedding
Introduction
What's the point for embedding when we have merging (or vice versa)?
Instructions
Tuning
Troubleshooting
Resource Encryption
Introduction
Instructions
Compression
Selective Resource Encryption
Options are Combinable
Serialization Tuning
Overview
Binary Serialization and Obfuscation
Self-interoperability
Non-stable Self-interoperable Serialization
Stable Self-interoperable Serialization
Debugging
Introduction to Debugging After Obfuscation
How It Works
Possible Security Risks
Tuning
Debug Renaming
PEVerify Integration
Probing Paths
About Probing Paths
How to Define Probing Paths?
Script Variables
5. Sensei Features
About Sensei Features
Code Inlining
Protected Private Visibility
Custom Attributes Removal
Design-Time Usage Protection
Overview
How It Works
Instructions
Tuning
Resource Sanitization
Introduction
Instructions
Minification
Selective Resource Sanitization
Options are Combinable
6. Virtualization
Introduction
How to Use Code Virtualization
How to Use Data Virtualization
7. Troubleshooting
My application is not working properly after obfuscation. Why does it happen?
Troubleshooting Features
Stack Trace Decoding
Inspection-Friendly Obfuscation
Preserving the Original Names
Disabling ILDASM Suppression
About InternalsVisibleToAttribute
Solution #1. Do not use InternalsVisibleToAttribute at all
Solution #2. Swap with EditorBrowsable attribute
Solution #3. Hide the warning
Solution #4. Ignore the attribute
"Option Strict Off" Compatibility for VB.NET
Introduction
Compatibility Mode
Instructions
Nonintrusive Debugging
Introduction
Sample Scenario
Warnings and Errors
Disabling Warnings
Treat Warnings as Errors
Long-Term Compatibility
Compatibility Version
Demanding the Specific Version of Eazfuscator.NET
Error Codes Knowledge Base
EF-1099: Unable to load input assembly, reflection load failed
EF-3035: Assembly or part of it is already obfuscated
8. Best Practices
Introduction
General Best Practices
Keeping the Balance
Human Factors
Keeping It Simple
The Paralysis of Simplicity
9. Deployment
About Eazfuscator.NET Deployment
Microsoft Installer (MSI)
NuGet Package Manager
Command Line Interface
Glossary
Bibliography

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