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Linux VPN

Privacy is something we all want but on the internet, this does not exist. Governments and ISPs are keeping track of your online activities, advertisers are targeting you with unwanted ads and hackers lurking around to get your information.

This is where VPN.Surf comes to play. With our Linux VPN, you can protect your sensitive data and surf the open waters while leaving no trace behind. To have the best speeds, anonymity, and security, get yourself VPN.Surf for your Linux device.

Linux VPN features

  • Public Wi-Fi protection
  • Strict zero-log policy
  • DNS and IPv6 leak protection
  • Military-grade encryption
  • High-speed connections

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$4.99 USD / Month
Data Transfer Available Locations Unlimited 11 Server
Simultaneous Connections 3 Connections

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Why Choose Vpn.Surf?

No matter where you are in the globe, either on vacation or having problems with your home country's broadband, with VPN.Surf, you can freely surf the open waters of the internet with ironclad security.

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Unrestricted Access

All the geographical restrictions set up by your ISP will no longer be an obstruction with VPN.Surf.

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With VPN.Surf, your identity and location will be hidden from people snooping around your activities online.

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Public Wi-Fi? No problem.

Secure connections from VPN.Surf will protect your data from cybercriminals lurking in public Wi-Fi networks.

Try VPN.Surf for your Linux Device

Go ahead and try VPN.Surf for Linux with zero risks. Simply download the app and follow the steps outlined in the video tutorial below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You just can’t imagine how much information and data one can gather through a single IP on the internet. It is for this reason that VPN.Surf provides real-world solutions to problems and issues encountered on the open waters of cyberspace.

A Virtual Private Network or VPN is a secure tunnel connection between two or more devices on the internet. It allows users to send data between devices across a public network as if they were connected by a private network and keeps your IP hidden.

Yes. It’s completely legal. Using a VPN is legal but using the VPN to do illegal activities online, now that’s illegal.

Yes. As long as you get yourself a reliable VPN provider, you're good to go.

An IP (i.e. Internet Protocol) address is a unique identifier for your device provided by your ISP when you’re connected to the internet. Check our blog post to learn more about Internet Protocol addresses.

If you are connected to the internet then you are not untraceable. However, that does not take away from the fact that having a reliable VPN will make you extremely hard to trace.

VPN.Surf is available for the following Linux distributions:

  • Ubuntu
  • Debian
  • CentOS
  • and any other Linux distribution which supports the IKEv2 protocol
  • Once connected to VPN.Surf, your traffic will tunnel through our VPN servers, thus making it encrypted with 256-bit encryption. We also have a strict no-log policy meaning that we do not keep logs of our clients’ online activities.

    We won’t be able to give you more bandwidth than your service provider but we will block unwanted ads and remove restrictions giving you a higher speed.

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