Cross Assembly Renaming

Cross-assembly renaming is an obfuscation technique used to increase the level of security in applications by renaming the public interface of the referenced assemblies. This technique is particularly useful when an application uses multiple assemblies, and some of those assemblies are third-party libraries that are publicly available. By renaming the public interface of the referenced assemblies, it becomes more difficult for an attacker to understand the code and reverse-engineer it.

This section provides practical examples that demonstrate how to set up and configure cross-assembly renaming with Babel Obfuscator during the build process. The examples illustrate how to use the relevant configuration options in the obfuscator tool to specify which assemblies to obfuscate and which map files to use. Following these examples, users can learn how to effectively apply cross-assembly renaming to their projects to increase obfuscation and protection against reverse engineering.

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