I keep getting this dialogue on a recently upgraded MacBook running El Capitan -- it doesn't matter how many times I enter my password, it just keeps opening and opening:
This is appearing when trying to launch the Private Internet Access VPN client.
I've contacted their support numerous times and they just keep saying "ask Apple for help" (great..), but Apple has been unresponsive as well. I've been told it may have something to do with either
1) corrupt disk permissions ( which I've repaired, did not help) 2) corrupt keychain ( I rebuilt my keychain, did not help) 3) corrupt admin permissions (wasn't entirely sure how to repair this one..)
If ANYONE knows how I can get this stupid dialogue to go away so I can connect to my VPN client it would be much appreciated!
On a previous OSX install I had the client working fine (in Yosemite). When I did a fresh install for El Capitan, I tried to install it via HomeBrew, but that is when it stopped working. I've since uninstalled it from HomeBrew and tried to install via the website package, but I just get this error over and over and over. No matter how many times I enter the password.
EDIT additional information:
The client installs / runs fine if I create a fresh user account and install it there. This will not work for me -- I need it to run on my main (admin / primary) account.
I've tried installing the client both via Homebrew (Cask package manager), as well as through the download link from the PIA website. Both have the same issue.
I believe the issue began when I attempted to install through Homebrew -- I had had it installed the "normal" way in the past and it worked fine. Uninstalled the app. Went to reinstall it a few months later, this time through Cask, and then the issue started.
Here are the contents of my PATH.
My user account (the one that needs fixing):
A "fresh" user account: