Thought I’d share another neat project with you today created by ViRb3 which you can find at: dnEditor on GitHub.
It’s a .NET decompiler in it’s early stages of development which uses dnlib by 0xd4d as the engine to load assemblies. This means it’ll load pretty much every .NET assembly, obfuscated or not, without any issues. It has support for IL->C# decompilation using ILSpy as a base. It has a simple but user-friendly interface similar to ILSpy and Reflector:
If you have used Reflexil before you’ll find a familiar interface in the instruction editor in dnEditor:
Another cool feature is the color-coded IL blocks and instructions similar to SimpleAssemblyExplorer:
You should keep your eyes on this project as it’s being actively developed and I might even take a shot at contributing some to it myself in the future.
Make sure you check out ViRb3’s profile on GitHub: ViRb3 GitHub profile