Among the new features included is “dead-Mac-timeout”: a feature that causes a computer that has been connected to the Internet for more than two months to be blocked.
Undercover now only connects to the Internet when there is a change in the network, thus reducing the network traffic it generates and making the recovery system more aggressive. Its impact on memory and processor demand has also been drastically reduced, compatibility with Leopard has been completed, and the application offers dozens of small changes, according to the company.
Undercover 2 has a license price of $ 50, while registered users of versions 1.x have the update as free. It also has a family license for $ 60 and discounts, both for students and volume.