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Lexity

Can somebody give me a obfuscator to use for my program? No confuserex please.

I literally searchin lmfao.

plz reply with obfuscator dl

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3dsboy08

Really depends on what you want.

First things first - "free" obfuscators for .NET don't do protection very well. At best they just rename the classes of your assembly, at worst they do absolutely nothing at all.

When it comes to paid obfuscators, here is your options - they are bound to change as protection schemes get cracked and patched.

Low End: .NETGuard is most likely your best option if you want low price protection. It does quite a nice job - when it actually works. It has a lot of issues with program compatibility & certain features not working on certain PCs, but the devs are still working on it. 
Medium End:  ILProtector is quite good to stop script kiddies from reversing your assemblies, but recent unpackers (such as my own) have made it less worthwhile. Babel.NET's obfuscator also looks quite promising for about the same price.
High End: Eazfuscator.NET is the obvious choice here. Its managed virtualization is the best on the market (as of now), and is quite difficult to deobfuscate. It also has extremely easy integration with VS and it works on almost any assembly. The only problem is that its control flow obfuscation is absolute shit and its string encryption has been broken by de4dot. I have also heard of an obfuscator named DNGuard HVM, which has a native VM obfuscation - but it is insanely expensive.

There is also a few obfuscators which I recommend for you to avoid - here is the list:

SmartAssembly - Its protection is complete crap (unpackable by de4dot) and is also more expensive then EAZ. Don't waste your money.
.NET Reactor - Latest version is fully broken by de4dot. The project does not seem all too active also.
Agile.NET - Another super expensive obfuscator that has been cracked by de4dot & is inactive. If you are going to be spending this amount of money, you are better off buying DNGuard.
CryptoObfuscator - Completely broken by de4dot & inactive. 
Appfuscator - As of now a unpacker exists for this, but it might change at some point. Right now I suggest you to avoid until they patch their protection. 

Of course, all of these schemes are bound to be cracked at some point. The best protection is always to make it yourself. Custom protection is always the hardest and annoying to crack, as a cracker has no idea how the scheme works and must figure that out at their own peril.

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Lexity
7 hours ago, 3dsboy08 said:

Really depends on what you want.

First things first - "free" obfuscators for .NET don't do protection very well. At best they just rename the classes of your assembly, at worst they do absolutely nothing at all.

When it comes to paid obfuscators, here is your options - they are bound to change as protection schemes get cracked and patched.

Low End: .NETGuard is most likely your best option if you want low price protection. It does quite a nice job - when it actually works. It has a lot of issues with program compatibility & certain features not working on certain PCs, but the devs are still working on it. 
Medium End:  ILProtector is quite good to stop script kiddies from reversing your assemblies, but recent unpackers (such as my own) have made it less worthwhile. Babel.NET's obfuscator also looks quite promising for about the same price.
High End: Eazfuscator.NET is the obvious choice here. Its managed virtualization is the best on the market (as of now), and is quite difficult to deobfuscate. It also has extremely easy integration with VS and it works on almost any assembly. The only problem is that its control flow obfuscation is absolute shit and its string encryption has been broken by de4dot. I have also heard of an obfuscator named DNGuard HVM, which has a native VM obfuscation - but it is insanely expensive.

There is also a few obfuscators which I recommend for you to avoid - here is the list:

SmartAssembly - Its protection is complete crap (unpackable by de4dot) and is also more expensive then EAZ. Don't waste your money.
.NET Reactor - Latest version is fully broken by de4dot. The project does not seem all too active also.
Agile.NET - Another super expensive obfuscator that has been cracked by de4dot & is inactive. If you are going to be spending this amount of money, you are better off buying DNGuard.
CryptoObfuscator - Completely broken by de4dot & inactive. 
Appfuscator - As of now a unpacker exists for this, but it might change at some point. Right now I suggest you to avoid until they patch their protection. 

Of course, all of these schemes are bound to be cracked at some point. The best protection is always to make it yourself. Custom protection is always the hardest and annoying to crack, as a cracker has no idea how the scheme works and must figure that out at their own peril.

Damn 3ds your responses are always good <3

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Perplex

Eazfuscator with all protections easily defeated, You can try it.

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3dsboy08
3 hours ago, Perplex said:

Eazfuscator with all protections easily defeated, You can try it.

The difficult part is the virtualization - which I have not defeated yet. The other protections aren't the greatest though, but the compatibility is amazing.

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MindSystem
26 minutes ago, 3dsboy08 said:

The difficult part is the virtualization - which I have not defeated yet. The other protections aren't the greatest though, but the compatibility is amazing.

Virtualization is getting me crazy. I'm trying to update an avaible tool but it seems to be more difficult that I thought 

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Perplex
12 hours ago, MindSystem said:

Virtualization is getting me crazy. I'm trying to update an avaible tool but it seems to be more difficult that I thought 

It's not hard to update, With a debug tracing all Opcodes handler can be found.

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cawk
1 minute ago, Perplex said:

It's not hard to update, With a debug tracing all Opcodes handler can be found.

Yet it's not just opcode handlers that need updating.....

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JustinOOO

Thoughts on paid EazFuscator + paid Themida on top?
Figure that's better than what I'm currently using. (Cracked .NET Reactor + paid VMP)

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cawk
On 2/8/2018 at 4:14 AM, JustinOOO said:

Thoughts on paid EazFuscator + paid Themida on top?
Figure that's better than what I'm currently using. (Cracked .NET Reactor + paid VMP)

eazfuscator vm is extremely good!

however putting a native packer ontop of it will deter people who do not know what they are doing but a simple dump with megadumper will remove the native packer

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