How to get License for free
Free ILProtector Single Developer License for bloggers
If you are a blogger or an Internet columnist you can request a Single Developer License, if you write an article about us.
In order to be eligible for a free license, you must meet the following conditions:
- Original content: The content of the article must be original and written as a review.
- 500 words: The article should contain at least 500 words, with a link to vgrsoft.net and a screenshot.
- Industry related blog: The website/blog needs to be industry related with ILProtector (software development, .NET, C#, protection or obfuscation) and have a reasonable number of visitors.
- Share your article: Following the publication of the article you need to use at least one of the content sharing services, like Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or Reddit, to share your opinion about ILProtector.
To request your license, please mail us with your name and a link to your blog post. We will get back to you in 1-2 our business days with a free license.
ILProtector protects your .NET code against reverse engineering, decompiling and modifying. ILProtector transforms Intermediate Language (MSIL) code into a specific form that is not recognized by disassemblers and decompilers such as IL DASM, .NET Reflector, ILSpy, dotPeek etc.
- Software code protection
- String encryption
- Integrity checking
- High performance
- Full reflection support for protected assemblies
- Supports .NET Framework 2.0/3.0/3.5/4.0/4.5/4.6
- Supports Windows x32/x64 desktop applications
- Command-Line support
- Does not use undocumented features
ILProtector is protected by itself!
ILProtector supports Command-Line mode.
Best practices to protect your assembly
- Use EnableIntegrity option to protect the assembly from modifications.
- Use EncryptStrings option to encrypt the assembly user strings, for example such as connection strings, keys etc.