Software Tool aids management/protection of .NET assemblies.
May 4, 2006 -
Spices.Net v5.0 provides .NET developers with analysis, decompilation, and protection capabilities for .NET assemblies. Task Manager can be used to set priority, suspend/resume, and occur progress for each task, while Spices.Solution lets users work with Spices.Projects to browse, obfuscate, decompile, and model. Spices.Decompiler includes Visual Decomplier tool to create code flow diagrams, and Spices.Obfuscator enables consistency check of project assemblies before obfuscation.
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Alexandria, VA, 22314
9Rays.Net, Today Announces the Unveiling of Spices.Net 5.0 PreRelease
Spices.Net 5.0 Provides .NET Developers with Advanced Capabilities for Analysis, Decompilation, and Protection of .NET Assemblies
Alexandria, VA March 30, 2006 -- 9Rays.Net, a Microsoft Partner Program member and a renowned developer of .NET, VCL and ActiveX components, today announces the unveiling of Spices.Net 5.0 PreRelease. This is a suite of components that gives developers a winning combination of abilities, including obfuscation, decompilation to six languages, documentation management services, modeling and analytical features. With Spices.Net in place, you can apply a professional approach to protection, research and reverse engineering of .NET assemblies. Version 5.0 builds on the success of the previous release that was recognized as MSD2D People's Choice Award Winner in the .NET Tools-Code category in 2005.
"We are very excited about the pre-release of Spices.Net 5.0 and would like to invite everyone to test its functionality," says Victor Victorov, CEO of 9Rays.Net. "The pre-release is fully functional and available as a free download from our website. The version contains a temporary license, which is valid until April 15, 2006. You can try Spices.Net without any restrictions. Your opinion and suggestions on its improvements are welcome. We are planning regular and often updates to release Spices.Net 5.0 in the first days of April. Some new Spices.Decompiler and Spices.Obfuscator features will be added in the process of regular updates in April."
What's new in version 5.0?
Version 5.0 introduces numerous additions and enhancements that make a great product even better. Among them is a task-oriented functionality that allows you to set priority, suspend/resume, and occur progress in the Task Manager for each task. Now, each plug-in has a range of tasks that can work together. For example, you can obfuscate and decompile simultaneously. New Spices.Solution (.ilosln) allows you to work with collections of Spices.Projects, this includes browsing, obfuscating, decompiling and modeling. Additionally, you will discover an ability to handle unmanaged assembles, a more convenient and informative browser, and a new Informer Bar. There's also an ability to customize the look and feel of Spices.Net using one of the visual modes, such as OfficeXP, Office2003, and VS2005.
In the new release, the company has also enhanced Spices.Decompiler, which includes Visual Decompiler tool for creating code flow diagrams, and Spices.Obfuscator, which enables checking the consistency of project assemblies before obfuscation. substitution generation. Thanks to the substitution generation it is possible to define your own custom characters definition. There are also new predefined combined dictionaries in options and an ability to create more chaos by setting MixDictionary = true to create a new, randomly mixed dictionary for each obfuscation. What's more, Spices.Obfuscator now supports about ten various obfuscation events, you can run some tasks in the process of obfuscation. Other new features include embedded localization, a possibility of simultaneous obfuscation of different Spices.Projects, on-the-fly localization, automatic obfuscation and these are just a few improvements to mention!"
Spices.Net Pricing and Availability
Spices.Net 5.0 runs under Windows platforms starting with Windows 98. A Spuices.Net Suite license (Obfuscator and Decompiler) costs $692.95 (USD). A Team Pack license on Spices.Net Suite (4-5 machines) costs $2200 (USD). For other types of licenses, please refer to http://www.9rays.net/cgi-bin/components_order.cgi?act=10&cid=86. Licensed customers are entitled to free upgrades and lifetime technical support. Additional information on Spices.Net, as well as its free, fully-functional evaluation version is available from http://www.9rays.net. Please, note that this version has a temporary license, which is valid until April 15, 2006.
9Rays.Net is a technology company that specializes in .NET, VCL, and ActiveX components development. The company was founded in 2001 by merging Imca Systems with Dev4Net, Ariana Soft and several other world-class development teams. Among 9Ray.Net's products, there is Spices.Net, FlyGrid.Net, FlyTreeView for Asp.NET, and FlyTreeXPro ActiveX. These products are adopted worldwide and consistently receive top ratings and recommendations by respected reviewers. 9Rays.Net is a Microsoft Partner Program member, a Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP) and a Borland Technology Partner. For more information about the company, please visit http://www.9rays.net/about.shtml.
Product page link: http://www.9rays.net/cgi-bin/components.cgi?act=1&cid=86
Direct download link: http://www.9rays.net/c_downloads/spices5_vsip_s.zip
Company's website: http://www.9rays.net
Postal address: 901 North Pitt Street, Suite 325, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA
Phone (toll free): (877) 9RAYSNET / (877) 972-9763
Fax: (877) 972-9763