.Net Reverse Engineering Software

.Net Reverse Engineering Software

I utilize Visual Studio.Net, with my primary programming language being Visual Basic. I have Compaq Visual Fortran 6.6B, and have placed an order to upgrade to Intel Fortran 7.0.

Questions:

1) If I am using Visual Studio.Net Enterprise Architect, does an Intel Visual Fortan 7.0 project create .NET intermediate language code?

2) If the answer to question 1 is YES then are you aware that .NET compiles generate intermediate language code which can be reverse engineered, and basically your code can be reverse compiled? Is Intel considering an obfuscator for making the reverse engineering more difficult, if not impossible?

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1. No, and there is no such product as "Intel Visual Fortran 7.0". "No" applies to Intel Fortran 7.0.

2. N/A, but I'd love to see how one can decompile MSIL into Fortran. I expect that someone could come up with something that creates plausible looking C++ or C# though.

Steve

Retired 12/31/2016

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