Friday, December 24, 2010
Saturday, August 28, 2010
I am working on the next babel release (version 4.0) and I'd like to
open a discussion about the new features that will be available with
First of all, babel has been undergone to an optimization process to
speed up the overall obfuscation time.
From the first tests the obfuscation time seems is reduced of about
The new features that will be available are:
* Dynamic proxy call to external and internal methods
* Possibility to choose whatever character set to rename symbols
* Improved dead code removal: the user can now specify "dead" entry
point where to start removing.
There will be also a new Enterprise feature that for now it will
remain a little secret, but it's a very big one feature that is
presently under development.
Of course this new release will have bug fixes and improved
obfuscation reliability for new W** technologies.
The bad news is that probably the price will be slightly raised but
this increase will not affect all the pesent users that will have
their update at no extra charge.
So the release date is to be defined but my idea is that it will be
available for September or October at most.
Finally I will like to thanks all the babel users.
Friday, April 23, 2010
These are the new release features:
- Support for .NET Framework 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010
- Support Compact Framework
- Resource Encryption
- Embed Assembly
- New Protection Against Disassemblers
The User's Guide has been updated and some useful obfuscation tips are available there.
The web site has been changed a little and a new download section is available with downloads for additional unofficial tools:
- NAnt babel Task
- A Graphic Interface for babel.exe
- A simple WPF application to deobfuscate stack trace using map files
- The old babel release 188.8.131.52
Monday, March 22, 2010
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Dear babel users.
After quite a long time a new version of babel has been released. As you probably know the main difference with babel 2.0 is that now babel runs under a commercial license and is no more a free software. I don't want to tell the reasons about this turn, they are quite a few. Anyway, this new version comes with a lot of new features with respect the previous:
Assembly Merging and MSIL Encryption and revisited String Encryption are some of that.
Babel is now delivered in three different edition:
Each edition includes a different set of feature.
The Free is the least featured edition. It can be used for free and it has almost the same capabilities of babel 2.0.
I worked a lot to bring to you this new product and I hope you like it.
Babel 184.108.40.206 is now hosted at:
Best Regards, Alberto Ferrazzoli