Lost source code is a major headache and, potentially, a very time-consuming problem to fix. If you have in-house software developers you could consider redeveloping the lost code, but it likely won’t be 100% the same and it’s a frustrating job for your developers who are in effect doing the work twice. Your other option is to recover the lost source code.
We can help ease the headache of lost source code by recovering or redeveloping it for you. We can also rebuild broken source code repositories.
We can recover source code for .Net (Microsoft) applications, including:
Preserving original program logic recovering source code for VB.Net, C#, Web Forms, Win Forms, WPF, MVC
Recovering “lost” source code from compiled executables or web servers.
Rebuilding broken source code repositories so your in-house developers can work on the system again
Decoding complicated binary files so that you can read and process data that you thought was ‘lost’
If you don’t have in-house developers, as part of our Project Rescue Service, we can help you by re-creating working and buildable source code.
Whether you decide to try to recover your lost code, or redevelop it, we can help. Initially, if you’re not sure which service you need, we’ll talk you through the pros and cons of each and recommend which we think is the best option for your individual situation. Whichever option you go for, our service will include:
Some of the ways we have rescued software projects include:
keeping the source code safe
Providing secure online access to it
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