IPSecuritas is the most advanced, yet free IPSec client for Mac OS X. It supports virtually every available IPSec compliant firewall, allowing you to connect safely to your office or home network from any location on earth.

IMPORTANT: The release candidate (4.0rc) for MacOS Lion and Mountain Lion can be downloaded here. CAUTION: this version does not work on older MacOS versions. Feedback is very appreciated!
Easy Connection Setup
Create connections easily with the included Wizard and configure your firewall with convenient
step-by-step guides.
Easy Connection Management
The built-on Connection and Certificate Managers allow for easy administration of your connections and certificates.
Easy Deployment
Convenient import, export and protection functionality allows for seamles deployment even with dozens of VPN users.

Compatible with Public WLAN
NAT Traversal allows seamless connections from public and mobile networks.

Profile Support
Create different profiles for different locations or connection needs and switch easily between them.

XAUTH and Hybrid Authentication
Extended Authentication with username and password.

Split DNS
Use the private DNS servers in your office network to even resolve private host names while connected.

Hands-free Operation
Control your connections with the included Menu Bar Item or the Dashboard Widget, saving your precious Dock and Desktop space for real work.

Automatic Client Configuration
IPSecuritas supports MODE_CFG/Office Mode to automatically configure the client.

Checkpoint VPN-1 Support
Support for Checkpoint Username/Password authentication and UDP Encapsulation on port 2746.

Stay Connected Mode
IPSecuritas detects network changes (change of IP address or default interface etc.) and reacts appropriatly to keep your connections alive. This way, IPSec can be left enabled regardless of your current environment.

IPv6 Support
The first ever and still the only free Mac IPSec client supporting the future network protocol.
Multilingual
IPSecuritas comes localized in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian and Japanese.
Smart Environment Detection
IPSecuritas remembers the network you have been using and automatically adjusts your IPSec settings whenever you enter a known network.
Wide Firewall Support
IPSecuritas interoperates with a large and daily growing number of VPN devices, including devices from popular manufacturers such as Cisco, Zyxel, Netgear and more. IPSecuritas is known to work with devices from the following manufacturers: BEC Technologies, Check Point, Clavister, Collax, Cyberguard, DrayTek Vigor, Openswan (Linux), GTA Firewalls, Mako Networks, Netgear, NetScreen, PGPnet, SnapGear, SonicWALL, SmoothWall, WatchGuard Firebox, Windows 2000/XP, Zyxel ZyWALL, Cisco PIX, Kame (Free/Open/NetBSD, MacOS X) and many more.
It's Free!
IPSecuritas is freeware. Your support is still gratefully appreciated. Donations will solely be invested into IPSecuritas' development and test equipment.

Universal Binary
IPSecuritas 3.4 runs on MacOS X 10.3 or higher (including Snow Leopard, 32 and 64-bit kernels).
For Mac OS 10.2 users, IPSecuritas 2.2 is still available for download here.

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