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#1 Furious

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Posted 17 April 2017 - 09:49 AM

What's up everybody its been a while, what did I miss :D


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#2 Kurapica

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Posted 17 April 2017 - 10:57 AM

Hi man

 

long time no see !

 

welcome back :)


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#3 Furious

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 03:16 AM

Hey Kurapica, indeed its been a while good to see you still here


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Posted 18 April 2017 - 07:51 AM

@Furious: welcome back.

* N00bs are dumber than ever, requesting video tutorials for anything. They can't even find the official pages of de4dot.
* Innovations in .NET protections have pretty much died - market is divided between Confuser(Ex) and Dotfuscator. Everything else (Dnguard, Appfuscator, Eazfuscator, .NET Reactor) is used in specific niche programs.
* Keygenning as an art form has died. People are satisfied with stupid patches. It's kinda necessary anyway, as everyone is moving to online verification of serials.

Not sure what else is new. :)


P.S. Do you plan to update .NET Vitamin anytime soon? ;)


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#5 Kurapica

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 08:09 AM

@kao : your comments are always pleasing me ... :D


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#6 Furious

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 08:13 AM

@Furious: welcome back.

* N00bs are dumber than ever, requesting video tutorials for anything. They can't even find the official pages of de4dot.
* Innovations in .NET protections have pretty much died - market is divided between Confuser(Ex) and Dotfuscator. Everything else (Dnguard, Appfuscator, Eazfuscator, .NET Reactor) is used in specific niche programs.
* Keygenning as an art form has died. People are satisfied with stupid patches. It's kinda necessary anyway, as everyone is moving to online verification of serials.

Not sure what else is new. :)


P.S. Do you plan to update .NET Vitamin anytime soon? ;)

 

Guess I haven't missed much then :D

And I pretty much forgot everything I haven't been coding since then so I don't think so for a while :(


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