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Rosan

Which Obfucastor is better Appfuscator,  ConfuserEx, Engima, .net Reactor, Themida.

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evlncrn8

sigh... see the search button.. use it.. first though, perhaps learn how to spell, otherwise the search will be useless

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Rosan
2 hours ago, Rosan said:

Which Obfuscation is better Appfuscator,  ConfuserEx, Engima, .net Reactor, Themida for C# Application, if ny have experienced idea, then please share it 

 

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HostageOfCode

Better convert your code to cpp and use Safengine or vmprotect or write a kernel driver and put your protection code there...

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evlncrn8

sigh.. kernel driver indeed...

which you'll then have to also pay for kernel driver signing cert, and / or have people enable test driver signing (good luck with that)...

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Kurapica

2019 ... These questions and similar topics should be a crime and directly sent to the trash bin, please people use the search functionality !

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HostageOfCode
1 hour ago, evlncrn8 said:

sigh.. kernel driver indeed...

which you'll then have to also pay for kernel driver signing cert, and / or have people enable test driver signing (good luck with that)...

Not necessary to pay for kernel driver signing there are many workarounds already...

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evlncrn8

yeh, and how many end users would you imagine would allow a protection to disable security on their machines in such a way ?... 

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HostageOfCode
20 minutes ago, evlncrn8 said:

yeh, and how many end users would you imagine would allow a protection to disable security on their machines in such a way ?... 

Kernel driver can be installed on 64bit system without the need test mode to be activated or disabled driver signature enforcement. Workarounds are for normal 64bit system even with secureboot enabled.

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evlncrn8

 like the nointegritychecks setting ?

i'll try and be clearer.. how about, tell me a way to load an unsigned driver without having to use bcdedit or similar to alter system settings globally, that can lower the security of the system

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HostageOfCode
18 hours ago, evlncrn8 said:

yeh, and how many end users would you imagine would allow a protection to disable security on their machines in such a way ?... 

 

 

4 hours ago, evlncrn8 said:

 like the nointegritychecks setting ?

i'll try and be clearer.. how about, tell me a way to load an unsigned driver without having to use bcdedit or similar to alter system settings globally, that can lower the security of the system

Its private info sorry.

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evlncrn8

then i'll just assume you are talking out your rear end and dont have a clue what you are talking about then.. which is what i assumed from the start.. 

you are full of it

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HostageOfCode

You are too rude but if you want so much send me a pm and will send you an example.

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evlncrn8

nope, if it was out there i'd have seen it.. 

and then if i wanted it so much, like you claim it exists, but you dont post here, but will show me an example in a pm (example?).. whats then to stop me posting it..

you make no sense, and sorry, i stand by what i said.. you're full of it

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XenocodeRCE

Depending of what your software is doing, you can protect it without the need of any obfuscation tool

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