Locate unhandled exceptions your program may throw and eliminate crashes before they happen

Sorry, Exception Hunter has been discontinued.

With the release of .NET 4.0 and WPF, the number of exceptions that the CLR can throw was greatly increased, to the point of being overwhelming. The exclusions list can no longer cover all the unlikely exceptions that the CLR may throw. This means that, although Exception Hunter will provide accurate results, these results will include a long list of potential exceptions, most of which are nothing to worry about. In essence, the tool has become a lot less usable and makes your job harder than it should be. This goes against our ingeniously simple ethos, so we have decided to stop selling new licenses for the product.

What if I am an existing customer?

Customers will continue to receive full support until the end of their support period and can download the latest version 3 by doing a Check for Update from within the product.

If you have any concerns or queries about your Exception Hunter license, please feel free to get in touch with us on sales@red-gate.com