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Dotfuscator can instrument applications to detect if they have been tampered with and if so, optionally send a message to a PreEmptive Analytics Endpoint.
When run on a properly attributed .NET application, Dotfuscator processes the Tamper Notification attributes and instruments the application accordingly. The resulting output application will be ready to send Tamper Notifications to a PreEmptive Analytics Endpoint. The only differences between Tamper Notification and Application Analytics at this level are in the attributes.
Tamper Notification defines one message type:
The PreEmptive Analytics Service defines a Tamper Detected message. An application sends this message when it determines that it has been modified since being run through Dotfuscator. To have your application send these messages, you must:
See Example PreEmptive Analytics Enabled Application to see the contents of messages containing PreEmptive Analytics data.