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The .NET framework is a software framework designed mainly for the Microsoft Windows operating system. It includes an implementation of the Base Class Library, Common Language Runtime (commonly referred to as CLI) and Dynamic Language Runtime. It supports many programming languages, including C#, VB.NET, F# and C++.

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Is there any way to decompile a .NET assembly or program?

Are there any tools available to take an already compiled .dll or .exe file that you know was compiled from C# or Visual Basic and obtain the original source code from it?
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Modify code with ILSpy

I want to modify an exe a little bit. With ILSpy I see all the code that I need but I don't know how to modify the code. I tried "save code" on ILSpy that exports a .cs file, but when I open the .cs ...
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Reverse Engineering Managed Code

Is reverse engineering managed code from .NET easier or harder? I think it might be Java bytecode that can be easily converted back into source code. Is managed code from .NET similar, and why?
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How to disassemble a packed .NET executable?

I'm trying to reverse a Windows executable that shows as having been packed with ENIGMA(5.X): If I later check the class name for one of its UI elements, when the process is unpacked and running, it ...
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.NET: How to debug or decompile a DanamicMethod with dnSpy?

I have a managed .NET executable that supplies the msil bytecode of a function as raw bytes. It constructs a DynamicMethod object, sets the bytecode with DynamicMethod.DynamicILInfo.SetCode() and ...
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