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    Personally, I like to use the Scylla plugin of x64dbg, doing it manually by going to the memory map of x64dbg and dump the relevant memory ranges from there, or using WinDbg .writemem or the !savemodule sos extension command, depending on which debugger I am using at the moment. Also, once you're able to open the app in dnSpy, dnSpy can also reconstruct .NET modules from memory, by going to Debug > Windows > Modules and then right clicking the module you want to dump. There are probably also other tools out there that can do the same.
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