Program rewrite 10-27-2012
A.A.M Direct is a newsgroup reader and posting program whereby two or more people can communicate through the alt.anonymous.messages newsgroup using anonymous hsub subjects. It was written for the Vista and Windows 7 operating systems and should work on other Windows systems, however, there might be some slight interface alignment problems.
A.A.M Direct might
be better explained and understood to be a type of email system whereby two or more people can
communicate privately (and anonymously) without having to open and use an email account. The message text is automatically
encrypted and transmitted by either 1. via a secure TLS connection to a free news group server or 2. via the Mixmaster
remailer system, and placed out in the alt.anonymous.messages newsgroup under a continuously changing encrypted subject line.
A.A.M Direct no longer requires the installation of additional software programs. A.A.M Direct uses strong encryption software, so make sure that the country where you live allows for the kind of strong encryption used by the Stunnel and GnuPG programs.
II. How it works
The following sequence diagrams explain how two or more A.A.M Direct programs communicate with each other. It is not necessary, however, for you to understand how this system actually works to use it.
Direct through encrypted channel.
Through Mixmaster remailer system.
A.A.M Direct: Receiving a message
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