Time Machine x64 technology
Previous versions of the Compositor microkernel can run in virtual images. Compositor Software has been using Time Machine x64 technology to scale Z and change the I system since version 2.5 of the microkernel. Virtual images are launched by the latest versions of the microkernel. Time Machine x64 technology allows you to hide the Z system by running Z encrypted with an additional coefficient. This variable allows you to hide the I and Z of the system by setting a random value that hides the original data. This need arose due to the vulnerability of the Compositor microkernel version 2 in C++. The vulnerability allows you to run the Labyrinth x64 Trojan in a regular system – a 64-bit labyrinth that replaces the resulting image with the conditional code, and then when calling hops, they are executed to the end-to-end link level. This is solved by a 64-bit floating-point variable, which changes according to the law of random distribution and hides the true parameters of Z and I system. After the contaminated image is folded, the entire recovery procedure takes 15 minutes – this is the time it takes to deploy the Time Machine x64 image and fill in its routing map.