Viscosity is a premium VPN software. It's the most stable OpenVPN client on Windows.

Recommendations

  • Paid Software
    Viscosity is a premium software, and requires payment. If you prefer a free alternative, pick another software/protocol on our setup page.

Requirements

Leak Prevention

  • Disable IPv6
    IPv6 is known to cause leaks, which could end up in completely revealing your identity. Follow Guide: Disable IPv6. You need to do it only once.
  • Prevent DNS Leaks
    In Windows 8 & 10, new Smart DNS features are known to cause DNS Leaks. Follow Guide: Prevent DNS Leaks in Windows 8 and 10. You need to do it only once.

Connect to VPN with Viscosity

1. Get Viscosity

If you have already installed it once, then you can skip this step.

Install Viscosity from here: Install Viscosity

2. Get OpenVPN Credentials for your IP Address

Viscosity uses OpenVPN protocol. Find your OpenVPN Credentials from your Service Page.

Login to your account, and find the IP address/Service you want to use.

On the service's page, click on the button Download VPN Credentials, and select OpenVPN.

These are your VPN Credentials.

Open the Downloaded Credentials File, and let it import into Viscosity.

3. Connect to VPN

As the installation finishes, IPBurger will start automatically and you will see it in the Tray icons. You can connect to your VPN from there.

Now you are connected to IPBurger VPN.

If you are having issues connecting, please contact our Support, we are happy to help!

Next Steps

Auto-Connect

You can setup your VPN to connect automatically when you login into your computer.

Click on Viscosity icon and go to Preferences

Go to General tab and Enable Start Viscosity at Login.

Switch back to Connections tab, select the Connection and Edit.

Enable Connect when Viscosity opens and Save.

Kill Switch

Kill Switch blocks you from exposing your Real IP Address, if the VPN Connection ever drops.

To Setup, please follow: Guide: Kill Switch for Windows 10

Perform Leak Tests

Please follow: Guide: Perform IP, DNS and WebRTC Leak Tests

Multiple Accounts

You can easily setup multiple Business Accounts with Multiple IP Addesses from IPBurger.

Please follow: Guide: Setup Multiple Business Accounts with Windows 10

For any queries, feel free to reach out to our Support, we are happy to help!