The other day we were rethinking how .NET applications should be protected, and we came to a conclusion. Now we bring you how to protect .NET applications from Visual Studio
We need to offer integration and efficiency.
Nowadays developers have hundreds of distractions, we must constantly search for information, consult articles and forums, use tools and programs that unconsciously make us distracted and be less efficient.
Based on that, we have thought something: Offer the option to protect your developments simply by clicking on the “compile” button that you always use.
Protecting .NET applications from Visual Studio
To do this, we are developing an extension for Visual Studio that allows you to protect all the projects in the solution at the same time, or configure each one individually.
Our goal is that you can:
- Protect all your projects by clicking on “compile”.
- Configure the protections of each one of them from an interface integrated in visual studio.
- Configure protections from project files.
- Obtain protections for your dotnetsafer shield online project.
- Exclude or add projects from your solution.
- Replace the compilation output with the protected application.
- Identify dependencies and get them at compile time so you don’t have to do anything.
- Protect your compilation in the previous deployment process to send your files already protected.
We are testing all these integrations, but if you want to help us we just opened a beta program.
Would you like to be part of it? Join the beta ➡
If you still don’t know us:
Our mission is, that in an increasingly digitized world where security is a growing problem, developers can focus on creating incredible solutions without security being a headache or the focus of your developing.
We want to offer security with few clicks so that developers take care of developing without worry.
We are looking for people to help us along the way ❤.
If you want to be part of the development, we will publish the repository on github next week, and then we will announce a new integration in which you can help us.
Thanks for reading,
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