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Tunnelblick is a free, open source graphic user interface for OpenVPN on OS X. It provides easy control of OpenVPN client and/or server connections. It comes as a ready-to-use application with all necessary binaries and drivers (including OpenVPN, easy-rsa, and tun/tap drivers). I went ahead and downloaded the latest source repository to take a look. Technically, Tunnelblick is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) that interfaces with the OpenVPN code. The repository includes the OpenVPN source code as well as a few other open source projects it makes use of such as the popular OpenSSL project.

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PeterDaveHello released this Oct 12, 2019

  • Enable smart linking (#1252)
  • Add basic snap package files (#1109)
  • Add WhiteSource Bolt config (#1243)
  • Add Windows AMD64/64bit release
  • Add Windows dependency install script
  • Add Windows build zip tarball release script
  • Add shfmt test on Travis CI for shell scripts
  • Add missing libssl-dev in Debian/Ubuntu dependency
  • Add eclint format checking for certain files on Travis CI
  • Improve .travis.yml styling
  • Set macOS builds to use cocoa for 64bit release (#1224)
  • Update .editorconfig
  • Update Lazarus on macOS to v2.0.4
  • Update Lazarus on Windows to v2.x (with FPC v3.0.4)
  • Update OpenSSL for Windows from 1.0.2s to 1.0.2t
  • Update Traditional Chinese translation
  • Update Docker image for arm builds on Travis CI
  • Update Travis CI Linux env to Ubuntu Bionic (18.04)
  • Update Travis CI mac env to macOS 10.14 w/ Xcode v11.1
  • Update node.js version on Travis CI env from v4 to v10
  • Update Debian/Ubuntu dependency for realpath command
  • Refactor build script of macOS and Windows
  • Refactor dependency install script of Debian/Ubuntu Linux and macOS
  • Refactor, clean up and simplify .travis.yml
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THE FEATURE DESCRIBED ON THIS PAGE IS AVAILABLE ONLY IN TUNNELBLICK 3.8.2beta04 AND HIGHER

Although the Tunnelblick application includes several OpenVPN binaries, Tunnelblick 3.8.2beta04 adds the ability to use OpenVPN binaries that are not included in Tunnelblick. Apple bluetooth mouse for mac.

How To Use Your Own OpenVPN Binary in Tunnelblick

1) You need an OpenVPN binary. If your configurations use the 'down-root' plugin, you need a binary of that, too.

The files must have exactly the following names: 'openvpn' and 'openvpn-down-root.so'.

2) Create a folder named 'Openvpn' on your Desktop or some other convenient place.

3) In that folder, create a subfolder named 'openvpn-VVV-NNN-SSS', where

  • VVV is the version of OpenVPN (such as '2.4.8', or '2.5_git_57623b4')
  • NNN is the name of the SSL library built into OpenVPN ('openssl', 'libressl', 'mbedtls', or 'boringssl')
  • SSS is the version of the SSL library (such as '1.0.2u' or '1.1.1d')

Note that:

  • The subfolder name should not contain hyphen characters ('-') other than the three hyphens separating the versions and names.
  • The subfolder name should not contain spaces, but underscore characters ('_') will be shown as spaces when Tunnelblick displays the OpenVPN version.
  • SSL library names will be shown 'nicely' when Tunnelblick displays them.
  • Additional text may be added at the end of the subfolder name to describe it more fully.

So 'openvpn-2.5_git_57623b4-openssl-1.0.2u_Without_scramble_patch' will be displayed as 'OpenVPN 2.5 git 57623b4 OpenSSL 1.0.2u Without scramble patch'

4) Move or copy your 'openvpn' binary into the subfolder (and the 'openvpn-down-root.so' binary, if needed).

5) Create similarly-named subfolders for each OpenVPN binary you wish to use and copy the binaries into them.

6) Optional:

  • Set ownership of the 'Openvpn' folder and all of its contents to root:wheel.
  • Set permissions of the 'Openvpn' folder and its subfolders to 0755.
  • Set permissions on each 'openvpn' binary to 0755.
  • Set permissions on each 'openvpn-down-root.so' binary to 0744.

7) Move or copy the 'Openvpn' folder to /Library/Application Support/Tunnelblick. (You will be asked by Finder for a computer administrator's authorization.)

8) Quit Tunnelblick (if it is running) and launch it. If you did not set the ownership and permissions in step 6 above (or you set them incorrectly), Tunnelblick will ask for administrator authorization to secure Tunnelblick and will then set the ownership and permissions for you.

You're done! You can specify which OpenVPN/SSL combination to use for each configuration in the 'Settings' tab of Tunnelblick's 'VPN Details' window. Note that changes made there are applied to all of the configurations selected on the left side of the window.

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