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Viscosity is a first class VPN client that lets you secure your network with ease & style.

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SparkLabs is a small independent company that creates powerful software for desktop and mobile. We were founded in early 2008 and we've been working on designing and developing beautiful software ever since.

We strive to bring powerful computing technologies to all users through apps with beautiful intuitive designs with a focus on network security and user privacy. We at SparkLabs take pride in developing software that our users love.


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Viscosity For Mac & Windows: Version 1.10.1

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Viscosity version 1.10.1 is now available for both macOS and Windows! This update is primarily a small maintenance release with bug fixes and minor enhancements to keep Viscosity running smoothly. In particular, the Mac version is now able to detect and workaround an issue that caused Viscosity to hang in the background when trying to update old versions of its helper tool on macOS 12. It is no longer necessary to manually remove old versions of the helper on macOS 12 in these instances. ... Read Post »


Viscosity For Mac & Windows: Version 1.10

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Viscosity 1.10 is now available for both macOS and Windows! This is a big update, with OpenVPN 2.5 support, support for both macOS 12 and Windows 11, support for SSO and SAML authentication, and lots of other new features and improvements. OpenVPN 2.5 brings...
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Viscosity For Mac & Windows: Version 1.9.4

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Viscosity version 1.9.4 is now available for both macOS and Windows! This update is a security release and includes an important security fix for the macOS version, OpenSSL updates for both platforms, and a number of small bug fixes. On the macOS side, a...
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Viscosity For Mac & Windows: Version 1.9.3

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Viscosity version 1.9.3 is now available for both macOS and Windows! This update includes a number of improvements, including refined support for Apple Silicon (M1) Macs, updated versions of both OpenVPN and OpenSSL, and a number of small bug fixes. In...
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