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Bypass anti-tamper and anti-debugger in c#

There is this program that I'd like to view the source of which is written in c#, but it is protected with both anti-tamper and anti-debugger, and maybe some other nasty things. I've found a solution ...
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Is there a way to decompress a Fody-Costura generated exe in c#?

There is a program that is possibly a RAT, and I would like to view the source code. After opening the .exe in dnSpy, I was able to tell that it was compressed with Fody-Costura. (https://github.com/...
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Can i follow the invoke function?

im trying to debug some C# app. Flow: main -> load dll into mem -> main invoke some function (i want to be here after invoke called). Im using dnspy.
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How to patch C# binary?

I have C# binary. I was able to use dnSpy to decompile it, and analyze. The binary was obfuscated with xenocode obfuscator. I figured out that I can directly manipulate IL instructions if I just find ...
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dnSpy: how to start 32 bit version

I am very unsure if this is the right place to as or if I need to ask this at another forum, but here it goes. I am trying to reverse engineer a .NET program with the use of dnspy. I installed dnspy ...
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How to know where a sequences of bytes are used in a .NET application with Dnspy?

There are a sequence of bytes that i need to find out where are used in dnspy i tried going to hex editor and found the bytes, but right clicking and saying go to code or structure or follow reference ...
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Is there a tool to reverse engineer UWP apps, similar to dnSpy for .NET?

I've been long fascinated with dnSpy and how easily it can reverse engineer .NET apps into a readable C#. So I was wondering if there's a similar tool to RE Windows 10 UWP apps? For instance, I tried ...