Oliver Nordestgaard

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  1. i can see that - thanks for the info and sorry for the bother
  2. In my own example i would get the following - have you done anything so that is not the case? The variable names are an exact match
  3. No you can't just study it in disassembly - it's the actual source code including comments and original variable names. See the following example of your code. If still in doubt choose a class with a comment or something
  4. Hi, I recently started creating a program for which i wanted my source code to be hidden, but discovered that in .NET this is not possible (to my knowledge), without external tools to obfuscate the code. I found out that more than a few developers, that don't have their source code available, have not obfuscated their code, meaning that the actual source code can be extracted using programs such as dotPeek. The source code that can be extracted includes the actual variable names and even comments. I saw that you had closed your source code because of copycats, and seeing as Paint.net is "affected" by this, i thought you wanted to know. I personally find confuserEx to be quite nice to circumvent this. If you are aware of this, or don't care, then feel free to ignore this