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Rossi

Member Since 16 Jun 2015
Offline Last Active Jun 30 2017 04:14 PM
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In Topic: Code copy protection

30 June 2017 - 01:45 PM

Hi jinlye, First: Christoc...yes, you can use Dotfuscator. You'll need the non-Express version of Visual Studio for that, I believe. Second: You can actually build the Netduino firmware as "RTM" which will lock out the debugger--and you can add digital kits to the firmware which lock down your unit. You could even lock the flash on the MCU after flashing it. More details are available in the "\MicroFrameworkPK_v4_1\Documentation\" folder and in the microcontroller datasheet. Lots of options. .NET MF is great for open source electronics boards, but it also has these types of options for commercial products which want to be locked down. Chris

Hi Chris,

can you explain me with sample this:

"You can actually build the Netduino firmware as "RTM" which will lock out the debugger--and you can add digital kits to the firmware which lock down your unit."

 

 

Thanks

Alex


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