Anyone who chooses Linux has surely asked themselves the question: “How do I protect my data?”. Many users rely on Mac or Windows. With Windows, however, it is apparent that malware is an issue. As an open source system, Linux allows any code to be read and commented. This results in fewer vulnerabilities and gaps.
As many know, Linux itself is not bug-free. To secure Linux, you need a VPN, which is a private controlled network. All data sent, received or encrypted over the Internet connections can be secured by it. Outsiders have no chance to follow more activities.
VPN Client Software for Linux
There are now very many commercial providers of VPNs on the market. Of course, there are far fewer for Linux. OpenVPN is an open source VPN protocol. This is not a commercial supplier. With OpenVPN you are able to install a VPN on Linux.
Our VPN is available on Debian/Linux. The OpenVPN Client is available for all operating systems. We have listed the most popular operating systems for you:
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Our DN8 PrivacyCube
The most important features of our VPN for Linux
- Easy to use with Plug & Secure – no complex setup required for Linux (no software installation)
- High bandwidths: up to 75 MBit/sec. Up/Down are possible
- Works with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, BBC iPlayer and Kodi
- 25 devices connections possible at the same time
- Access from and to all countries: the VPN works for China, Russia, the Emirates and other countries
- High security features including no-log policy
- Compatible with all Linux operating systems
- The safety of our customers comes before profit
- Dn8.co is run by people who know what they are doing (intelligence and hacking experience). We can therefore guarantee maximum safety
- The PrivacyCube is “easy to use” and has the plug-and-play function. No software needs to be installed. Really anyone can use the Cube with VPN in operation – no matter if you are a pensioner or a family man.
- Our VPN technology with automatic key exchange is unique.
- The PrivacyCube is mobile and can be used for eg. be taken along on trips. It is even possible to connect the Cube to a wifi hotspot in a hotel.
- At a price of €9.99 per month, the user can use up to 25 end devices via the Cube. That is just the price for a single device at other providers.
- We do not store log files/connection data and our servers are encrypted so that no third party can gain physical access to the servers.