I just checked the Proxvpn article here on MUO and found that the VPN applications can be tricky. I am looking for monthly subscription service and client that works on linux. What are some good option for linux users?
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Linux vpn? Ubuntu Linux VPN you need use openvpn or pptp and l2tp/ipsec
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The list of vpn applications is timely.
OpenVPN is SSL/TLS based user-space VPN. Supports Linux, Solaris, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, NetBSD, Mac OS X, and Windows 2000/XP.
2 votes for OpenVPN
Yap, it is a perfect tool.
As far as I know, every linux distro supports connecting to a VPN natively. If not, there are additional pacjages you can find in the repos.
ibVPN supports Linux and it has 2 hours free trial to test it: http://www.ibvpn.com/howto.html
I think privacy.io is an option you can look at.
I know that HMA has a pretty decent linux client:
Here's a list of app you can try
Nice list for vpns. I think that everybody should use them.
thanks for this list it is very useful for me too