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William Engberts6-Feb-09 3:14
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Hi everybody,

We have to store a password that we use to access an encryption certificate in the configuration of our application (it is an automated process, so we cannot ask a user for a password). We have done this for many years, using our own enceryption / decryption algorithm. The decryption would be coded in the software itself and not in a dll, so that it would not be easily accesible to others. Since we are moving the software from C++ to C# however, the easy possibilities of reverse engineering, make it an easy task for outsiders to find the used algorithm and consequently to decrypt the password, which would then give them access to the certificates used.

Does anyone have an idea of a means of incorporating routines in a c# program that cannot be easily reverse engineered (of course, if one goes through the hassle of viewing the assembly, it would always be possible to find-out, but this is a such an effort that we feel we can take that risk)

Many thanks in advance,
William
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