posts - 4238, comments - 3946, trackbacks - 370

My Links


Subscribe Subscribe

image image image

This is my personal weblog. These postings are provided 'AS IS' with no warranties, and confer no rights. The views expressed on this weblog are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employer.

Licenza Creative Commons

Tag Cloud


Post Categories

Code Partitioning - The next big thing in protecting .NET code?

Mi piacerebbe sapere cosa ne pensa il mio amico Marcello ... ma lui non ha un blog...

The guys at SecuredDimentions have something new up their sleeve. If you don't know them, it's because they are relatively new on the market. What they've designed is what seems to be a very good way to prevent code-theft, i.e. someone decompiling your .NET applications, without the need to use code obfuscators. They are actually offering this as part of a suite of licensing service, all underlined with their technology to protect .NET code.
Technically, it's a bit hard to explain, but they are able to do something called "code partitioning" on selected parts of the code base and "decrypt" them on demand, using their own virtual runtime which sits on top of the CLR. This also allows them to detect whenever "important" code was reached and do anything about it (like a popup dialog for example).

Continua alla Fonte: Code Partitioning - The next big thing in protecting .NET code?

Print | posted on domenica 15 gennaio 2006 17:13 |

Comments have been closed on this topic.

Powered by:
Powered By Subtext Powered By ASP.NET