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Eazfuscator.NET Documentation


Table of Contents

What Is Eazfuscator.NET?
1. Introduction
1.1. Definition of Obfuscation
1.2. Why .NET Applications Need Obfuscation
1.2.1. In Theory
1.2.2. In Practice
1.3. When to Use Obfuscation
1.4. Drawbacks of The Obfuscation
2. Quick Start
3. How Does Eazfuscator.NET Work?
3.1. Obfuscation Techniques
3.1.1. Symbol Renaming
3.1.2. String Encryption
3.1.3. Constant Literals Pruning
3.1.4. Overload Induction
3.1.5. Class Hierarchy Linerization
3.1.6. XML Documentation Filter
3.1.7. XAML Renaming
3.2. Optimization Techniques
3.2.1. Merging of String Literal Duplicates
3.2.2. Sealing of Terminal Classes
3.2.3. String Compression
3.2.4. Code Optimizations
4. Advanced Features
4.1. About Advanced Features
4.2. Declarative Obfuscation Using Custom Attributes
4.2.1. System.Reflection.ObfuscateAssemblyAttribute
4.2.2. System.Reflection.ObfuscationAttribute
4.2.3. .NET Compact Framework, Silverlight, Windows Store and .NET Core Projects
4.2.4. Indirect Declarative Obfuscation
4.2.5. Obfuscation Attribute Priorities
4.3. Conditional Obfuscation
4.3.1. Type Members
4.3.2. Options are Combinable
4.3.3. Diagnostics
4.4. Symbol Names Encryption
4.5. Advanced Symbol Renaming Options
4.5.1. Symbol Renaming with Printable Characters
4.5.2. Type Renaming Patterns
4.6. Advanced String Encryption Options
4.7. Code Control Flow Obfuscation
4.8. Assemblies Merging
4.8.1. Introduction
4.8.2. Instructions
4.8.3. Tuning
4.8.4. Internalization
4.8.5. Custom Parameters for Merging
4.9. Assemblies Embedding
4.9.1. Introduction
4.9.2. Embedding vs. Merging
4.9.3. Instructions
4.9.4. Tuning
4.9.5. Troubleshooting
4.10. Resource Encryption
4.10.1. Introduction
4.10.2. Instructions
4.10.3. Compression
4.10.4. Selective Resource Encryption
4.10.5. Options are Combinable
4.11. Serialization Tuning
4.11.1. Overview
4.11.2. Binary Serialization and Obfuscation
4.11.3. Self-Interoperability
4.11.4. Non-stable Self-Interoperable Serialization
4.11.5. Stable Self-Interoperable Serialization
4.12. Debugging
4.12.1. Introduction to Debugging After Obfuscation
4.12.2. How It Works
4.12.3. Possible Security Risks
4.12.4. Tuning
4.12.5. Debug Renaming
4.13. PEVerify Integration
4.14. Probing Paths
4.14.1. About Probing Paths
4.14.2. How to Define Probing Paths?
4.15. Script Variables
5. Sensei Features
5.1. About Sensei Features
5.2. Code Inlining
5.3. Module Initializers
5.3.1. Introduction
5.3.2. Instructions
5.3.3. Execution Order
5.4. Private Protected Visibility
5.5. Custom Attributes Removal
5.6. Design-Time Usage Protection
5.6.1. Overview
5.6.2. How It Works
5.6.3. Default Behavior
5.6.4. Instructions
5.6.5. Tuning
5.7. Resource Sanitization
5.7.1. Introduction
5.7.2. Instructions
5.7.3. Minification
5.7.4. Selective Resource Sanitization
5.7.5. Options are Combinable
5.8. Method Parameters Obfuscation
5.8.1. Renaming
5.8.2. Optional Parameters Pruning
5.9. Deterministic Obfuscation
6. Virtualization
6.1. Introduction
6.2. How to Use Code Virtualization
6.3. How to Use Data Virtualization
6.4. Homomorphic Encryption
7. Troubleshooting
7.1. My application is not working properly after obfuscation. Why does it happen?
7.2. Troubleshooting Features
7.2.1. Stack Trace Decoding
7.3. Inspection-Friendly Obfuscation
7.3.1. Preserving the Original Names
7.3.2. Disabling ILDASM Suppression
7.4. About InternalsVisibleToAttribute
7.4.1. Solution #1. Do not use InternalsVisibleToAttribute at all
7.4.2. Solution #2. Swap with EditorBrowsable attribute
7.4.3. Solution #3. Hide the warning
7.4.4. Solution #4. Ignore the attribute
7.5. "Option Strict Off" Compatibility for VB.NET
7.5.1. Introduction
7.5.2. Compatibility Mode
7.5.3. Instructions
7.6. Nonintrusive Debugging
7.6.1. Introduction
7.6.2. Sample Scenario
7.7. Warnings and Errors
7.7.1. Warning Suppression
7.7.2. Treat Warnings as Errors
7.8. Long-Term Compatibility
7.8.1. Compatibility Version
7.8.2. Demanding the Specific Version of Eazfuscator.NET
7.9. Error Codes Knowledge Base
7.9.1. EF-1099: Unable to load input assembly, reflection load failed
7.9.2. EF-3035: Assembly or part of it is already obfuscated
8. Best Practices
8.1. Introduction
8.2. General Best Practices
8.3. Keeping the Balance
8.3.1. Human Factors
8.4. Keeping It Simple
8.4.1. The Paralysis of Simplicity
9. Deployment
9.1. About Eazfuscator.NET Deployment
9.2. Microsoft Installer (MSI)
9.3. NuGet Package Manager
9.4. Command-Line Interface
Glossary
Bibliography

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