VPN Tracker is the market leading VPN client for Mac OS X, developed for professional use by consultants and businesses. VPN Tracker uses the industry standard IPsec protocol and is universally applicable. It supports standard and vendor-specific methods for automatic VPN configuration and authentication to easily set up Macs with VPN. VPN Tracker includes device profiles for 300+ VPN gateways of leading manufacturers.
Traffic Control - Take control of your VPN traffic on your Mac
VPN Tracker 8 gives you even more control over your VPN. Don’t want to send traffic to certain IP address or subnets over VPN? Simply exclude them! Have a Host to Everywhere VPN but only need some addresses over VPN? Tell VPN Tracker to only send traffic to those IPs over VPN. More Info »
Group and organize
Group your VPN connections by project or client. In VPN Tracker, Secure Desktops can be put in any group, so you can now have everything in one place. And if you're ever lost, the built-in search quickly locates a particular VPN connection or client.
Manage your VPNs from OS X' menu bar
Your VPN's status is shown right in the menu bar of Mac OS X, there's no need to have a window open to be in control. From the menu bar, you can connect and disconnect VPNs, and even use Secure Desktop items. And when you're done for the day, click End Session to disconnect servers
VPN Tracker supports encryption up to AES-256 to satisfy even the most demanding requirements by military organizations, enterprises and government. And because encryption is only as strong as the weakest link, VPN Tracker's hash algorithms include SHA-2, and keys are negotiated with Diffie-Hellman (DH) Groups up to group 18 (8192 bit).
Go beyond passwords
If you need more security than passwords can provide, VPN Tracker also offers support for authentication based on X.509 certificates, smart cards, and PKI token. One-time passcode tokens, such as RSA SecurID, work great with VPN Tracker through Extended Authentication.