If you’re interested in the work I do on this blog, and have a general interest in programming and/or reverse engineering you should check out a forum I’m a part of over at RTN-Team forum. It focuses on questions/help/releases related to reverse engineering but there a lot of experienced coders available to help out too.
It’s a small community right now and we want to keep it rather small, but with high quality content and members. Quality over quantity, you know. So please consider going over there and signup and hopefully join the community.
I’m sure you all know of the standard decompilers such as ILSpy or Reflector. They both rely on Mono.Cecil to read assemblies, which is quite a fragile library when it comes to loading obfuscated files. Because of this you should use DnSpy, a ILSpy mod by 0xd4d which uses dnlib to read files instead of Cecil. It’ll load obfuscated files and allow you to browse them (IL->C#/VB conversion still might crash).