How to connect to Proton VPN on Linux
Safe unlimited VPN for Linux
Proton VPN is a free and unlimited VPN for Linux from the team that created Proton Mail, the world’s most popular encrypted email service.
Strict no-logs VPN
Based in Switzerland, Proton VPN has a strict no-logs policy. We keep no record of what you do online, so we have no data to share with third parties.
Proton VPN lets you bypass firewalls and other government restrictions. Our alternative routing(new window) helps you beat advanced internet blocks.
Stay safe online with Proton VPN for Linux
Intuitive graphical user interface with a one-click Quick Connect button. Easy to install from DEB or RPM packages, built-in package managers, or using a CLI.
Wide distro support
Proton VPN supports a variety of Linux distros, including Debian/Ubuntu, Arch/Manjaro, and Fedora.
Proton VPN for Linux utilizes the strongest OpenVPN encryption settings.
Our kill switch blocks your internet connection if your VPN connection is disrupted, keeping your IP address secure.
DNS leak protection
Proton VPN routes your DNS queries through the VPN tunnel, so your internet service provider cannot monitor your online activity.
Strict no-logs policy
Proton VPN keeps no logs that might compromise your privacy, so we cannot share your browsing history with any third parties.
Journalists, activists, and ordinary citizens worldwide trust Proton VPN to stay safe and defeat censorship.
Proton VPN is based in Switzerland, so your data is protected by its strong data privacy laws.
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Proton VPN Plus gives you access to even faster speeds, advanced security features, and exclusive Plus VPN servers.
Choose from over 3,000 servers in over 65 countries
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10 Gbps servers
Connect to our high-speed 10 Gbps servers on up to 10 devices at once
Stop malware, ads, and trackers from slowing down your browsing
Use BitTorrent without compromising your privacy
Secure Core VPN
Send your traffic through multiple VPN servers to protect against advanced network attacks