ILDASM and Obfuscation in .NET
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by Sandeep Acharya
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Conclusion

It is fact that obfuscators cannot protect your codes completely since dedicated hacker can understand the logic behind the screen by spending a lot of time and carefully observing the results (and stack outputs). However, it is always advisable to go for obfuscators when application demands high security or a developer does not want to expose the implemented logic.

By: Sandeep Acharya

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Title: What Actually Is ILDASM   
Name: Babu Shekar
Date: 2010-02-12 6:06:30 AM
Comment:
Thanks Sandeep Acharya!! this article provides an detailed explanation of the topic with pictorical representation. It is really great piece of explanation.
Title: Nice!!   
Name: Venkata Polepalli
Date: 2008-11-12 6:36:19 AM
Comment:
Hi Sandeep!!

Its Good Artical for Explaining the Obfuscation!!
Title: Thanks   
Name: Rupesh kumar Tiwari
Date: 2007-10-05 7:51:13 AM
Comment:
Thanks Sandeep ji.
After reading this article I got a clear picture about the Ildasm.
You could have thrown some more light on Obfuscating. Still, the diagram is explaining things clearly.
Title: Thanks   
Name: Chandrakanta
Date: 2007-01-18 1:40:10 AM
Comment:
This is a very Nice Article For the developers those are working on this technology.

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