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An app control that both Microsoft and Google can get behind? What about Xamarin? First - Congratulations Xamarin (and Microsoft) Read more
Question: True or False, Seat belts are to Driver Safety as Obfuscation is to Application Risk Management The correct answer Read more
I recently got a question from a client asking why .NET Native (the process of transforming a .NET assembly into Read more
I’m often asked to estimate how many developers are required to obfuscate and harden their applications against reverse engineering and Read more
Note: this document is deprecated. Please see Obfuscating Xamarin Applications with Dotfuscator for up to date instructions on obfuscating Xamarin applications. We are often Read more
Live technical support from PreEmptive’s (world class) product support team plus an application protection white paper The fine print… Visual Studio Read more
For the first time since its launch in 2003, Dotfuscator Community Edition (CE), the no cost obfuscator included with Visual Studio, Read more
Every organization must ultimately make their own assessment as to the level of risk they are willing to tolerate – Read more
Preventing IP theft, data loss, privacy violations, software piracy, and a growing list of other risks uniquely tied to the Read more
Dotfuscator has supported Windows Store apps (i.e. Appx packages) since 2012, but integrating Dotfuscator into the development workflow has been difficult Read more
Mobile apps are changing our social, cultural, and economic landscapes – and, with the many opportunities and perks that these Read more
PreEmptive Solutions is pleased to announce our extended support for Windows Phone and WinRT apps. The specifics are as follows:  Read more
This is my simple tale of how two people with an idea and no programming skills conceived, developed and launched Read more
New features include: 10X performance improvement for Runtime Intelligence messaging on Silverlight and XNA apps (on and off of the Read more
Is Microsoft more like Pacquiao or Lebron – and why should we care?  As a longtime Cavaliers season ticketholder, I Read more
Recent communications from Microsoft have resulted in a wave of interest (to put it mildly) in obfuscation. Obfuscation is not Read more
I have been watching the growing “outrage” around the WP7 app reverse engineering controversy; outrage wrapped with an unmistakable implication Read more
(…or, are smartphones also people too?) One of my favorite words is retronym. A retronym is a new name for an Read more
This past Monday we released a significant update of Dotfuscator. After introducing BAML support in 4.7.1000, we are proud to Read more
Online viewers of the Vancouver Olympics on NBCOlympics.com are using Silverlight based video and photo viewers delivering full HD quality Read more
I recently worked with a UNIX security expert setting up a small pile of servers. We hired him to handle Read more