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Feb 16, 2011 · im using viscosity with blackvpn on osx 10.6. everything is working fine but unfortunately i cant access facebook. i cant connect to the chat with adium and cant open the page in safari. if i shut down viscosity, everything works fine off course. i already tried several alternate dns and the "use alternate dns" (even though i dont know what it does Technically BlackVPN is using a 3rd party client, Viscocity (it's a free gift) but neither Viscocity nor OpenVPN support a built-in killswitch. I've been using PrivateInternetAccess because their Android and Windows apps have this functionality included by default.