Dotfuscator Professional Edition, Version 4.3.1000 – Release Date March 6, 2008
Published on March 6, 2008 by Alexander Goodwin
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Dotfuscator 4.3 Initial Public Release – Release Date March 6, 2008
- Smart Obfuscation has been greatly expanded to include detection of data bound controls, enum type values used as strings, Visual Basic .NET late calls, and custom serialization scenarios.
- Smart Obfuscation now has a reporting facility that provides information about what actions it is performing and why.
- The Renaming and Removal tabs now include Built-In rules, some of which are active by default. These are standard rules for excluding common items from renaming or removal.
- SO-signal has been renamed to Runtime Intelligence Services (RIS).
- Application Tamper Defense now can be configured to inject code that exits an application when tampering is detected.
- RIS Tamper Messages can now contain user defined information by leveraging extended keys.
- Simplified the way Dotfuscator processes assemblies built on older versions of the .NET framework (.NET 1.x versions of ildasm and the .NET SDK are no longer required).
- The Dotfuscator project in the Visual Studio Integration UI now allows a user to explicitly set a particular output assembly as the key output.
- Improved the way Dotfuscator resigns strongly named assemblies, so resigning works consistently across all versions of .NET and Visual Studio.
- Added tabbed output panes to the standalone UI.