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Deterministic obfuscation allows to produce an assembly whose byte-for-byte output is identical across obfuscations for identical inputs.
By default, obfuscator output from a given set of inputs is unique, since the obfuscator uses randomly generated cryptographic material for every obfuscation.
You can use
deterministic obfuscation directive or command-line parameter to produce a deterministic assembly,
one whose binary content is identical across obfuscations as long as the input remains the same.
In such an obfuscation, the cryptographic material is derived from a hash of all obfuscation inputs.
The obfuscator considers the following inputs that affect determinism:
ObfuscationSettings.cs(for C#) or
ObfuscationSettings.vb(for Visual Basic .NET). You may prefer to use another name instead of
ObfuscationSettings.cs with the following content (C#):
using System; using System.Reflection; [assembly: Obfuscation(Feature = "deterministic", Exclude = false)]
For Visual Basic .NET, fill
ObfuscationSettings.vb with the following content:
Imports System Imports System.Reflection <Assembly: Obfuscation(Feature:="deterministic", Exclude:=False)>
Alternatively, deterministic obfuscation can be enabled by specifying
--deterministic option in the command-line interface of Eazfuscator.NET
or by setting
EAZFUSCATOR_NET_DETERMINISTIC environment variable to
Deterministic obfuscation is only available in the Enterprise edition of Eazfuscator.NET (Site License).