Compositor Networks map
For the first time Compositor Software reveals its network of contacts made with SASER SAS24P3L software. As you can see on the map above, there are numerous contacts in Europe, USA, Russia and South America. These contacts were made between October-November 2018. The map outlines geographic position of call signs of contacts made with their indexes. This is an approach to reveal aggregated contact base, which Compositor Networks started to form since 2012. The creation of Compositor Networks began with Compositor Pro 1 software. It is an original hyperbolic construction software, which laid base for algorithm work. Later the study of algorithm was performed merging FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) with SANT (synchronous analysis of non-harmonic timbre). The SANT technology, originally developed for Compositor Pro 1, is the new approach to relativistic frequency shift keying and can be used for applications such as discretizing of analog signal and deterministic navigation. Compositor Software used SANT for creation of SASER SDR with self-feeded signal chain, which enables to communicate in shortwave ether without an antenna need. Then, Compositor Software developed the shutter technology, which gated the self-feeded chain and began injecting the contact base of Compositor Networks in form of ether loops into the Compositor algorithm. The SCRAM (Salted Challenge Response Authentication Mechanism) engine was developed by Compositor Software to authorize users running Compositor, which is successfully used up to this moment. Using SCRAM engine, Compositor Software injected the contact base into the virtual machine algorithm, which it uses silently without any audio output. The main purpose of SDR is to reveal contacts and prove that virtual machines inject the whole contact base of Compositor Networks in form of aggregated passwords. These passwords later used as serial numbers for selling of Compositor Software products. Compositor Software virtual machines does not use the Ethernet ports. The communication happens over the IP protocol more like in TDM over IP protocol. In contrast to TDM over IP, the only useful approach to detect Compositor communications is a local operation not a remote one. You can never detect any Compositor software activity remotely. This way the decision was made to reveal Compositor Software contacts in form of DX logging of SASER SDR QSO, in the amateur radio format.