Our easy and secure VPN client is the best and fastest way to ensure your security online. The VPN client works on Fedora 35 and later.
Prevent hackers and governments from monitoring your online activities. OVPN ensure that you can browse anonymously, safely & quickly. We can guarantee a totally log-free VPN service through our transparent actions together with our solid physical and software security.
Regardless if you want to use WireGuard or OpenVPN, OVPN's premium networking partners will deliver high speeds and low latencies when connected to our VPN on your Fedora computer.
Our Fedora VPN provides a significantly better user experience than other alternatives since the desktop client contains additional security improvements and is easier to use.
OVPN has VPN servers in 32 cities spread out in 20 different countries.
Access streaming services from anywhere by using OVPN.
Support is currently added for Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Disney+, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Peacock TV & Channel 5.
The VPN client chooses the fastest VPN server automatically. But you can also choose to connect to specific countries. All countries are displayed in the selection list, but you can also choose to connect to specific VPN servers.
To prevent traffic leaks, the Fedora client has a built-in killswitch that automatically surpresses your internet connection in case your device loses the connection towards the VPN server.
The desktop client also ensures that your computer uses OVPN's DNS servers to prevent DNS leaks. The VPN client monitors the DNS settings every second to block software from modifying the DNS servers.
The VPN client for Fedora is very simple to use and supports both WireGuard and OpenVPN. No configuration files or manual configuration changes are required. A simple click is all that's needed. Several settings are available if you want to customize the functionality.
The client is updated automatically as soon as a new version is released.
All hardware used to operate OVPN is owned & co-located by us. The VPN servers operate without hard drives as the operating system only resides in RAM. Taking the no log policy to new extremes.