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159 Apr 6,2002 01:28 PM Apr 6,2002 04:11 PM General Discussion 1
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Frank Andrews
Asked On April 6, 2002 01:28 PM

Hi, We were evaluating whether we wanted to make the move to .net and the issue of reverse engineering was a big problem. After looking at Essential Obfuscate on your web site and reading through your white paper, my manager has cleared the move to .net. I look forward to working with .net and syncfusion. Great job! Frank

Stefan Hoenig [Syncfusion]
Replied On April 6, 2002 04:11 PM

> Hi, > We were evaluating whether we wanted to make the move to .net and the issue of reverse engineering was a big problem. After looking at Essential Obfuscate on your web site and reading through your white paper, my manager has cleared the move to .net. > > I look forward to working with .net and syncfusion. Great job! > > Frank > Thanks! And if you want to see a real world example where we used our obfuscator check out our Interactive Showcase sample. Stefan

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