Viscosity is an alternative software used to connect to VPN services. Viscosity is free for the first 30 days. After that you will have to pay a one time fee of $9 if you wish to continue to use it.
Download the latest version of Viscosity here.
Double-click on the file that you downloaded.
Drag the Viscosity icon to the Applications-folder in the screen that pops up:
When you run Viscosity for the first time you will see:
Click Open. Then a new screen appears where you have to click Install. Then enter the password for you computer.
Click the Viscosity-icon again and choose to connect to the configuration file you imported. Enter your login credentials for OVPN.
Check Remember details in my Keychain if you wish for Viscosity to remember your login credentials.
You should now be connected to OVPN and be able to browse the internet safely. To make sure everything was set up correctly, please check the dashboard to verify that you are connected.
Also make sure that you do not have any DNS leaks by going to IPleak.net and check your detected DNS Address.
You should have 126.96.36.199 or 188.8.131.52 as your address if everything is working. If you see another address, follow this guide to fix any DNS leaks.
Platform: Mac OS X
Software: Viscosity 1.6.8
System requirement: OS X 10.8+