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Old 11-25-2019, 11:30
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smethod? Does this look familiar to anyone?

Sorry to make a noob post. I have written some C# but this is the first of doing any reverse engineering. Attempting to decompile a program and it has a bunch of ns files and some legible code but a lot that doesnt make sense to me. This is a screenshot in dnSpy. Does anyone recognize this? is it some kind of obfuscation?
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Old 11-27-2019, 02:22
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I can't view the attachment (No permissions yet).
But Namespaces "ns<number>" and methods "method<number>" sounds like it was deobfuscated by de4dot. You get names with this scheme...
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