I have a class that preloads some values inside its private fields and those fields are used in further calculations.
I'm interested from that point on, how safe is that data-- how easily can it be accessed by a hacker sifting through memory, etc. The perfect scenario here would be that only its public method called
Class.CalculateSomething() would be able to access those fields and return the results.
Knowing that's probably impossible, is there any way to increase how safe those fields are, which are mostly numbers and strings?