Patent for CodeAnonymizer technology issued
Issue of U.S. Patent #7,937,693 on May 03, 2011 for CodeAnonymizer technology.
ALEXANDRIA, Virginia - May 03 2011.
9Rays.Net announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued patent number 7,937,693 for its CodeAnonymizer method and technology.
The patent, entitled “System and Method for Obfuscation of Reverse Compiled Computer Code”, was issued on May 03, 2011. The patented method is the core of the company’s CodeAnonymizer technology which protects .Net code from analysis and decompilation, provides more reliable protection and used in Spices.Net Obfuscator and Spices.Net Suite products. CodeAnonymizer technology makes it a way harder for a hacker to research code and find vulnerabilities. The best in CodeAnonymizer is that it has a little impact on the efficiency of the code, flexibility in configuration, and offers several levels of protection.
Founded in 2001, 9Rays.Net is a developer tools company specializing in .Net.
With a Blue Chip customer base of over 100 government, enterprise, and Independent Software Developers.
9Rays.Net prides itself on providing its customers with the most innovative and secure solutions available on the market today.
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