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How to set up OVPN on Ubuntu

Our easy and secure VPN client is the best and fastest way to ensure your security online. The VPN client works on Ubuntu 18.04 and Ubuntu 19.04.

  Quick and simple installation

  Prevents DNS leaks

  Optimizes your connectivity

  Killswitch to prevent data leaks

  Hassle-free 10-day money-back guarantee

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Version 1.10.4 | File size: 51.6MB | Released 2020-11-25
Requires Ubuntu 18.04 or later | Changelog

SHA256: 774e4318a593fdb459469f578de135cd1edddc007327768bbaf99d298aac3f5e

If you have a 32bit processor you'll need to use a legacy version of the desktop client.
You can also install OpenVPN in the Ubuntus GUI or terminal.

Easy to get started

1. Download the program
2. Double click on OVPN_amd64.run
3. Go through the installation process.
4. Run the client
5. Enter your credentials for OVPN
6. Connect
7. Verify that all leaks are fixed

The VPN service when privacy matters

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.

OpenVPN together with our premium networking partners enable OVPN to deliver high speeds and low latencies when connecting to our VPN on your Ubuntu computer.

Our Ubuntu VPN provides a significantly better user experience than Ubuntu OpenVPN GUI since the desktop client contains additional security improvements and is easier to use.

OVPN for Ubuntu

Fast and user-friendly

Privacy wherever you are

OVPN has VPN servers in 26 cities spread out in 17 different countries.

Streaming services

Access streaming services from anywhere by using OVPN.

Support is currently added for Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Nordic.

Fastest VPN server automatically

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.

Ubuntu VPN

Killswitch & DNS leaks

To prevent traffic leaks, the Ubuntu 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.

User-friendly but powerful

The VPN client for Ubuntu is very simple to use. 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.

Automatic updates

The client is updated automatically as soon as a new version is released.

OVPN for Ubuntu