Skater .NET Obfuscator

9.5.02

An obfuscation tool for .NET code protection that allows you to protect your source code with various methods that you can customize

Creating an application from scratch requires a lot of hard work and solid programming knowledge, so it's no wonder that developers want to protect their source code from being copied by others or reverse engineered.
Skater .NET Obfuscator is one of the tools that can help them in this matter, providing a simple, yet efficient method of safeguarding the source code of .NET applications.

Protects any .NET assembly or executable file


Relying on complex obfuscation algorithms, this application can transform your code to such an extent that it becomes impossible to read, comprehend and decompile. It can implement a solid protection system for assemblies, libraries and executable files created with any version of the .NET framework, for both 32 and 64-bit architectures.
Thanks to its intuitive options and the forthright interface, the application is not difficult to use. However, there are a lot of configuration options that a programmers has to go through in order to customize the obfuscation process.

Acts on classes, methods and other components


Skater .NET Obfuscator can tamper with both private and public members (classes, methods, fields, properties and events). Among the techniques that it uses you can find string concealing, variable replacing or control flow obfuscation. Additionally, it comes with three obfuscation scenarios that you can apply, categorized by their strength level.
An obfuscated assembly can be imported to the 'Linker' area, where Skater .NET Obfuscator merges various modules into a single deployment-ready DLL or EXE file. Furthermore, it integrates a licensing module that you can use to create registration IDs for your software.

A reliable obfuscator for .NET developers


Skater .NET Obfuscator is a real asset in the toolbox of any .NET developer, protecting assemblies and executables from being illegally copied or engineered. It can block decompiling or deobfuscation programs and scramble classes and methods so as to prohibit reverse engineering attempts.
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