NordVPN has announced a release of an app for Linux users, which is meant to bring VPN(virtual private network) services to a larger audience by presenting a product that combines ease of use and a simple setup with advanced security and privacy.
"We have a strong belief that online privacy and security should be accessible to everyone with a connected device, no matter what operating system they are using," said Marty P. Kamden, CMO of NordVPN.
With the Linux dedicated NordVPN app, users will be able to enjoy unlimited access to geo-blocked content, evade censorship and government surveillance, and also find the best international deals.
NordVPN also provides security and privacy features like CyberSec or Kill Switch, these features have not been available to Linux users before.
More and More features will be added in coming moneths to bring Linux users the same secure and convenient experience that NordVPN customers can enjoy on other platforms.
You can access the NordVPN service on up to six devices with one account. It caters to 4901 servers in 62 countries. Instant connnection (just type 'norevpn connect') is provided with a single button. Internet protocols are given depending on a user's needs - connection speed (UDP) or level of security (TCP). The service comes with 24x7 customer support.
To connect to NordVPN on Linux, follow the four easy steps shown below or visit the official NordVPN website for more detailed instructions:
I've tested. Can definitely say that it's one of the best apps for Linux I've ever had. Not to sound like a shill, it's just what I was expecting and my mates said the same thing about it too.