Underhand allows a user (A) to connect to a target address
(C) via someone else (B). Instead of A connecting to
C, A connects to B, and B connects to C (A -- B -- C).
This way, C never gets to talk directly to A letting
A stay completely out of harms way and anonymous.
1.0 includes a few things that it's betas and alphas
did not have. 1 is the traffic watcher. Underhand has
an option to watch all of the traffic going from your
client to the destination server for things like protocol
analyzation. A second is the shell. Underhand 1.0 includes
a command shell for the server so you can do things
manually and find all of the hidden commands ;). Along
with it all, the server now supports a data send queue
so that packets don't end up merging together and cause
data to be truncated or not completely sent.
WINDOWS VERSION IS ON ITS WAY!!! Until then, only our
PPC Macs and OS X machines will be able to run this