How install NordVPN in Linux?

Assuming that you have a basic understanding of Linux and know how to use the terminal, installing NordVPN should be pretty straightforward. Here are the steps:

1) Download the NordVPN Linux app from here.
2) Unzip the downloaded file using this command: unzip
3) Move into the unzipped directory: cd nordvpn-release_x/
4) Run the installation script using sudo rights: sudo ./
5) Start using NordVPN! Just type in your username and password when prompted and hit enter.

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If you’re using Kali Linux, you may want to install OpenVPN at some point. Here’s a quick guide on how to do it.

From the Desktop, click the Network Manager icon at the top right of the screen. Next, select OpenVPN from the drop-down menu. Once you’ve done that, click “Create.”

When creating the connection, give it a name and enter the VPN server hostname or IP address in the Gateway field. After the server hostname or IP address, put a colon and then the port number. And that’s it! You should now be able to connect to the VPN server.

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Kali Linux is a Debian-derived Linux distribution designed for digital forensics and penetration testing. It is free to download and use. In order to install a VPN on Kali Linux, you will need to first download the Proton VPN DEB package. Next, install the Proton VPN repo. In the terminal, enter the following text. Finally, update the apt-get package list and install the app.

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If you want to keep your online activity private and secure, you can use a VPN. A VPN encrypts your internet traffic and routes it through a server in another location, hiding your real IP address and making it more difficult for others to track your online activity. ProtonVPN is a good option for Linux users, as it offers a free plan with unlimited data and good speeds. In this article, we’ll show you how to install ProtonVPN on Linux using the command line.

Before we get started, you’ll need to sign up for a free ProtonVPN account. Once you’ve done that, download the ProtonVPN configuration files from the website. You’ll need to unzip the file before you can continue.

Now open a terminal window and change into the directory where you downloaded the files. Then run the following command to install ProtonVPN:

sudo bash protonvpn-cli -i

Enter your sudo password when prompted. The installation process will take a few minutes to complete. Once it’s finished, run the following command to connect to a VPN server:

protonvpn connect

Replace with the name of the server you want to connect to (e.g., us-east-1). If successful, you should see something like this:

Connected successfully! Your new IP address is 123.456.789

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Yes, you can create your own VPN in Linux! There are a few different ways to go about doing this, but we’ll outline the simplest method here.

To get started, you’ll need to have a Linux server with an Internet connection. This could be a physical machine or a virtual private server (VPS). We’ll also assume that you have root access to this server.

If you want to connect to your VPN from Windows, Mac, or another Linux machine, you’ll need to install the OpenVPN client on that machine as well. The instructions for doing so can be found here.

Once everything is set up, open a terminal window on your server and run the following commands:

sudo yum install epel-release -y # Fedora/RHEL 7/8 only # For Debian/Ubuntu: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install openvpn zip unzip -y

sudo yum install openvpn -y # Fedora/RHEL 7/8 only # For Debian/Ubuntu: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install openvpn zip unzip -y

wget -O && bash

This will download and run a script that will set up OpenVPN on your server. Just follow the prompts and fill in your desired settings. When it’s finished, you should see something like this:

Congratulations! Your OpenVPN server is now up and running! Connect to your new VPN by running: ovpn_getclient > clientname.ovpn And then use the OpenVPN client on your local machine to connect using the generated config file named “clientname .ovpn”.

Thank your for reading!