This is a weird issue nobody really answered on the internet.
How come the Open VPN client, the one open source trustworthy vpn client everyone uses, STILL does not come with a kill switch which automatically disables your network connections if it drops the vpn connection, and preferably also if the process is killed?
Other VPN clients, which are based on OpenVPN but are closed source, DO have a built in kill switch. Dafuq? I'm trying to move away from one of these closed source clients and use openvpn.
The thing is I don't trust Windows Firewall, nor do I want to be dependent on it (or on any firewall at all if I can avoid it) for my network kill switch. So what can I do?