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If you are looking for Viscosity, you have come to the right place. We explain what Viscosity is and point you to the official download.

What is Viscosity?

SparkLabs is an Australian-based software company which specializes in producing functional software suited for the iPad, Windows, Mac, and iPhones. Viscosity is the company’s current product, and will introduce Viscosity Server soon. Viscosity‘s design was suited completely for both Mac OS X and Windows versions. Viscosity supports PKCS#11 authentication, letting its users use devices such as eTokens and smartcards for authentication. These devices can also be used as a single method for authentication, or jointly with other types of authentication methods, so they can create two-factor or even three-factor authentications. This aids users to meet security policies, such as Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

Viscosity is compatible with OpenVPN’s Access Server (OpenVPN-AS) product. Users can import their OpenVPN-AS configuration files manually. Viscosity also gives a fast and simple Import From Server feature. This program can run both under administrator accounts, and standard user accounts for both Mac OS X and Windows. This facilitates the installation of Viscosity to machines that are not department controlled or imaged, including machines found inside users’ homes. It also offers a premiere and native experience on Mac OS X and Windows versions.

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File types supported by Viscosity

Our users primarily use Viscosity to open these file types:

About file types supported by Viscosity

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Last updated: : September 3, 2014