PreEmptive Solutions Magazine launched today on Ulitzer.
With more than 3,000 corporate clients, 40,000 registered installations in
100+ countries and inclusion with Microsoft's six million+ Visual Studio
seats, PreEmptive Solutions helps organizations protect, analyze, and
monetize applications, defend them against tampering and measure the impact
of application investments.
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PreEmptive Solutions, Inc., has released Lucidator. a standalone stack trace
and symbol translation tool to debug obfuscated code created with
Dotfuscator. Dotfuscator generates a map file that can be used by support
personnel running Lucidator to translate the obfuscated stack traces and
symbols back to unobfuscated stack traces and symbols.
Lucidator is licensed for a group, defined as anyone associated with a
particular team or product that has been obfuscated by an identified instance
of Dotfuscator Professional. Lucidator is ideal for support teams that need
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Microsoft and PreEmptive Solutions have announced that an enhanced version of
Dotfuscator Community Edition (CE) will be included in Microsoft Visual
Studio 2010. Dotfuscator CE prevents the reverse engineering of .NET
applications. The Visual Studio 2010 version, renamed Dotfuscator Software
Services Community Edition, has been extended with instrumentation
capabilities including tamper detection and defense, feature level
application monitoring and automatic time limits on .NET application use.
Development teams will be able to track feature usage to improve adoption and
VAI (Vormittag Associates, Inc.), an IBM Premier Business partner, has
announced that it has joined the IBM Software as a Service (SaaS) Specialty
program to deliver cloud services to its clients. VAI's S2K Enterprise
Resource Planning (ERP) Software Suite, leveraging IBM's Power Systems,
WebSphere, WebSphere Portal and DB2 database software, will now be available
using the SaaS delivery model to provide the power and unsurpassed value that
the distribution, manufacturing, retail and service industries need to
address key business issues and deliver bottom-line results.
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The Yahoo Freeze
Yahoo's new CEO Carol Bartz froze salaries Wednesday.
Intel Questioning AMD's x86 License
AMD told the SEC that it rejected Intel's suggestion that its acquisition of
ATI and its creation of the so-called Foundry Company manufacturing spin-off
breached provisions in their age-old cross-license agreement. The terms of
the pact, though perpetual, come up for renewal this year. Intel's getting
back for all the antitrust trouble AMD has caused it.
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