The development is currently in alpha stage. While the features of the original ConfuserEx are implementedand working, the features that are part of the new version 2.0 are still in development and may not yield the desired results.
- Supported runtimes:
- .NET Framework 2.0 - 4.7.2
- .NET Standard 1.0 - 2.0
- .NET Core 1.0 - 2.2
- Symbol renaming (Support WPF/BAML)
- Protection against debuggers/profilers
- Protection against memory dumping
- Protection against tampering (method encryption)
- Control flow obfuscation
- Constant/resources encryption
- Reference hiding proxies
- Disable decompilers
- Compiling regular expressions
- Optimizing tail calls and tail recursions
- Embedding dependency
- Compressing output
- Extensible plugin API based on the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF)
- MSBuild Integration
Confuser.CLI.exe <path to project file>
The project file is a ConfuserEx Project (*.crproj). The format of project file can be found in docs\ProjectFormat.md
ConfuserEx.exe provides a WPF based user interface for the Windows Platform. Simply start the executable, the
user interface allows setting up the confuser project files.
ConfuserEx 2 has a integration into MSBuild using the NuGet Package that is produced by the
project. Once enabled in any other .NET project it will find a
*.crproj file next to the project file and populate
it automatically with the probing paths of all the dependency assemblies (including the NuGet packages) of the project
and create the obfuscated assemblies automatically.
The nuget package can be accessed using the AppVeyor Nuget Feed or it has to be self-hosted.
See the Issues Report section of website.
Supporting ConfuserEx 2
I gladly accept pull-request for bugs and new additions to ConfuserEx. If you noticed any problem or have and idea how to improve ConfuserEx 2, do not hesitate to add those ideas as feature requests to the Issues section.
Licensed under the MIT license. See LICENSE.md for details.
Thank you to JetBrains for providing the open source licenses for their products I'm using to develop ConfuserEx 2. Most notably: