Title: How to Crack Eazfuscator.NET 220.127.116.11 with EazFixer
Eazfuscator.NET is a commercial .NET obfuscator that protects your code from reverse engineering and tampering. However, some people may want to crack it for various reasons, such as learning how it works, modifying its features, or bypassing its license checks.
In this article, we will show you how to crack Eazfuscator.NET 18.104.22.168 with a tool called EazFixer, which is a deobfuscation tool for Eazfuscator.NET. We will also explain what Eazfuscator.NET does to obfuscate your code and how EazFixer can undo it.
What is Eazfuscator.NET
Eazfuscator.NET is a .NET obfuscator that applies various techniques to make your code harder to understand and modify by humans and machines. Some of these techniques are:
Symbol renaming: changing the names of classes, methods, fields, properties, parameters, etc. to random or encrypted strings.
String encryption: encrypting the strings in your code with a secret key and decrypting them at runtime.
Resource encryption: encrypting the resources (such as images, sounds, etc.) in your assembly and decrypting them at runtime.
Assembly embedding: embedding other assemblies (such as libraries or dependencies) into your main assembly and loading them at runtime.
Entrypoint obfuscation: hiding the main entrypoint of your application and invoking it through reflection.
Data virtualization: transforming some of the data in your code (such as constants, arrays, etc.) into virtualized instructions that are executed at runtime.
Code virtualization: transforming some of the code in your assembly into virtualized instructions that are executed by a custom virtual machine at runtime.
Code control flow obfuscation: altering the control flow of your code (such as loops, branches, switches, etc.) to make it more complex and confusing.
Eazfuscator.NET also supports some features that are not strictly related to obfuscation, such as:
Code optimization: removing unused or redundant code, simplifying expressions, inlining methods, etc.
Code protection: adding anti-debugging, anti-tampering, anti-decompiling, anti-reflection, etc. checks to your code.
Code watermarking: embedding a unique identifier into your code that can be used to trace its origin or ownership.
What is EazFixer
EazFixer is a deobfuscation tool for Eazfuscator.NET that can reverse some of the obfuscation techniques applied by Eazfuscator.NET and restore your code to a more readable and editable state. EazFixer can:
Decrypt strings and resources encrypted by Eazfuscator.NET.
Extract assemblies embedded by Eazfuscator.NET.
Find and invoke the hidden entrypoint of your application.
Patch the stacktrace to allow reflection invocation.
Rename symbols renamed by Eazfuscator.NET (symbol names are either unrecoverable or encrypted).
Devirtualize data and code virtualized by Eazfuscator.NET (this requires a separate tool called eazdevirt).
Deobfuscate code control flow obfuscated by Eazfuscator.NET (this requires another tool called de4dot).
How to use EazFixer
To use EazFixer, you need to download it from its GitHub repository[^1^]. You can either build it yourself using Visual Studio 2019 or later, or download the latest master build from AppVeyor[^2^]. If you download the master build, you will need to unzip it and run EazFixer.exe.