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Deep Fried Bytes Episode #22: The Future of .Net Dotfuscator with Gabriel Torok

Posted by Keith Elder | Posted in Podcast | Posted on 19-12-2008

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If you have ever used Visual Studio you may have noticed in the tools menu there is something called Dotfuscator.  This is the tool that allows .Net developers to obfuscate their source code and it has been in Visual Studio since 2003.  In this episode we caught up with Gabriel Torok, President of PreEmptive Solutions, at PDC 2008 and discussed some of the news related to Dotfuscator announced at PDC.


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