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Obfuscating Silverlight (for free)

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In this post Andy Beaulieu explains how by using obfuscation you can make it a little bit more difficult for people to copy your Silverlight application logic.

You might be aware that when you publish a Silverlight XAP on the web, your source code is very vulnerable to prying eyes. A XAP file is in a ZIP compressed format, and the contents are .NET Assemblies and resources which can be disassembled easily using a tool like .NET Reflector .



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