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Kill switch on dropped connection

This really should be a feature you should be working on. I don't understand why Private Internet Access can implement such a switch on their software but you can't. I've done the routing trick to kill the connection, but it's a pain in the neck. I have to go back and unplug and plug back in the network cable most times I tell the VPN to disconnect.
I strongly second this! Does Tunnelblick have a kill switch?
Hi,

Thanks for the feedback - it is something we're working on. Some information from the following support article:

We are currently working on adding a feature to Viscosity to easily block traffic leaks from occurring. We hope to have such a feature available in a future version of Viscosity, however please be aware that this is not something that will be available soon. In the meantime this article details how you can manually setup Viscosity to prevent traffic leaks from occurring.


http://www.sparklabs.com/support/preven ... fic_leaks/

Cheers,
James
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