Viscosity vs Tunnelblick

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by coronte, Aug 5, 2012.

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  1. coronte

    coronte Registered Member

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    I am considering using Viscosity for OpenVPN connections with Mac OS X rather than Tunnelblick. Looks like the Viscosity UI is a lot nicer. However, one thing I like about Tunnelblick is that there is an option for a sound to be generated to alert you to when the connection has been established and when an unexpected disconnect occurs. I don't think this is available with Viscosity.

    Anyone who has used Viscosity know if a sound alert is available with it?
     
  2. billm

    billm Registered Member

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    Viscosity can run AppleScript scripts before connect/on connect/on disconnect per tunnel. It also sends connect/disconnect events to Growl if you have it installed which can issue audio and visual alerts.

    --Bill
     
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