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Current Version: 1.4.4 (March 23, 2006) / 1.5.1 (September 11, 2009)

Gracion Software (formerly One Click Systems) produces the DigiTunnel PPTP VPN (Virtual Private Network) client for Mac OS X, compatible with Windows 2000, WatchGuard, Nortel, OS X Server 1.2 and other VPN servers.

Version 1.4.4 - the latest version for Mac OS X 10.2 and later - adds/changes the following:

  • Universal binary build - runs on PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs.
  • Fixed case where DigiTunnel won't operate if Application Support/DigiTunnel folder was replaced by dragging or backup software.
  • Special characters (&ccdeil;, §, etc.) in passwords could result in failed login.
  • Localized in French
  • Fixes installer problems on Mac OS X 10.3, and there is also a cosmetic fix to the uninstaller, primarily for Intel Macs.

Version 1.5.1 - the latest version for Mac OS X 10.3.9 and later - adds/changes the following:

  • Bypassed packet length check causing problems for a customer.
  • Fixed DNS issues in split routing mode that were introduced in 1.5.
  • Added option not to warn about mounted servers when disconnecting.
  • Non-admin users can register the software.

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