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By mswatcher
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Submitted: Oct 28 2013 / 09:22

From the very early days of .NET, it had become a common place that managed binaries were easy target for reverse engineering via reflection. And indeed, Lutz Roeder’s Reflector and many reflectors that followed, crack .NET executables, politely asking user in what language he/she'd like to get original code. In fact, most of the developers have accepted the situation when everybody can effortlessly reveal original code by its binaries, as inevitable toll for benefits of managed code usage. Some people argue that most of the managed executables may be placed on server side, out of customer reach.
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