NiceProtect has a unique feature, which is unavailable in any competing products: Obfuscation of the program's housekeeping data left by the compiler.

A lot of housekeeping data usually remains in a compiled application. Though these data are not used, they make it much easier for the attacker to crack your application. Examples of such data are the names of forms, controls, events, public functions and methods.

Suppose, you have a form named frmLicense, a password input field named txtPassword, and a handler of that input field named cmdCheckPassword; all these names will be preserved after compiling the application in the EXE file, though they will not be used by the application for other purposes than identifying these entities. To protect your application, it is necessary both to rename the entities in the locations where they are created, and to analyze the locations where they are used.

DotFix NiceProtect Obfuscation

DotFix NiceProtect can do all these things for you! Thanks to our vast experience in developing decompilers, we can offer you a unique solution to obfuscate the names of entities and functions. Each name will be replaced by gibberish, so it will be much harder for the attacker to understand how your application works. Our solution supports all Delphi versions, starting from Delphi 3 and up to Delphi 10.1 Berlin, Free Pascal (Lazarus), as well as Visual Basic 5.0/6.0.

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