You can use openSSL to remove the password.
openssl rsa -in key.pem -out newkey.pem
If you don't have openSSL installed on your machine, ask vpnsecure.me support to remove the password for you.
You could also make a couple of batch file scripts, one to connect and one to disconnect. This will basically null and void your default gateway on disconnect.
i.e something like the following..
protectme.bat ----> has the following line
netsh interface ip set address name="Local Area Connection" gateway=10.0.0.1 gwmetric=0
name= The name of your Network connection.
gateway= A NULL gateway IP, i.e if your current default gateway is 10.1.1.1, change it to the above so that way when the VPN disconnects it cannot access the internet as it's pointed to the incorrect Default Gateway.
enableme.bat ---> has the following line
netsh interface ip set address name="Local Area Connection" gateway=10.5.1.1 gwmetric=0
name= the name of your Network connection
gateway= The real gateway IP address!
I've tested these commands in windows XP, but they might be slightly different for Vista or 7.
So, if you did the above, the process would work like this.
- Connect to VPN.
- Run Protectme.bat
- VPN Disconnects.
- Run enableme.bat
It's not the best solution, however it will do what you wish.