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SecureLM - Code Protector
Secured Dimensions is an Israeli based start-up company which has developed revolutionary Secured Virtual Machine to cope with one of the biggest problems of the .NET framework – having the Source Code of the application almost entirely exposed to any one for the sake of hacking, reverse engineering and virus planting. Unlike regular Obfuscation tools (like the Dotfuscator) the product copes with this challenge by transforming sensitive Microsoft.NET code into VM compatible code that is unreadable by existing disassemblers of reflectors.
In a nutshell, the SecureLM product transforms Intermediate Language (IL) code of the .NET into custom VM, built especially for each vendor. That way, no IL code is delivered to the end user and neither hacking nor cracking into the code is enabled. The VM is a .NET engine what ensures full compatibility with any OS, CPU and other factors that might require specific compilation. On top of the code protection , we have built an enhanced licensing mechanisms such as Floating License control, remote updates and more.
Company: Secured Dimensions
Is Free: No
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