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Old November 30th, 2009, 09:21 AM
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For security I should not to use any temporary files except single .exe. DLLs should be embedded in exe file. Would you, please, advice me how can I load DLLs, used in my app, without extracting them run-time?
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For security? I don't understand what you mean, or what requirements you could have that are met in this way.

If you are wondering about users altering DLLs then you probably want to look at signing, rather than embedding the DLLs in the main EXE file.

If you really must, then try searching for "embedded dll exe .net" in google.
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You may just use a special packer for that. For example - a good one is BoxedApp Packer





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