WPF XAML Obfuscator is a powerful tool used for an application code protection from reverse engineering, analysis and modifications, based on a distinctive code transformation technology, that allows significantly intensify software protection. With Skater the code block to protect is disassembling and becomes a subject of non-determinate transformations, which destroys the visible logical code structure. It protects XAML files in WPF application by completely muddling them up. The obfuscator is designed to provide the greatest .NET security and to create the most compact and efficient .NET Framework-based applications. Rather than delivering entire library files within .NET application, Skater's assembly linking feature allows users to package only the minimum bits that are needed by the application to run.
WPF XAML Obfuscator is an obfuscation tool for .NET code protection. It implements all known software protection techniques and obfuscation algorithms. WPF XAML Obfuscator is a comprehensive professional solution for .NET application code protection. With WPF XAML Obfuscator you can easily protect Microsoft .NET framework applications from illegal code extraction and reverse engineering.Moreover, you do not need any source code changes or programming experience to accomplish professional software protection of your programs. WPF XAML Obfuscator reconstructs your .NET assemblies to the new view that is impracticable to be understand, and impossible to decompile.
Main features of WPF XAML Obfuscator
Prohibits reverse engineering
Obfuscated application usually is not recompilable
Processes any .NET application, executable or assembly
Encrypts string constants
Compatible with any .NET framework (1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5)
Control flow obfuscation stops decompilers and deobfuscators
Scrambles class names, method names, field names etc.
Obfuscate XAML in WPF application
Provides .NET Licensing features
Keywords: wpf, .NET, xaml, vb.net, baml, obfuscator, obfuscation, VB.NET, .NET obfuscator, code security, code protection, software protection, Visual Studio
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