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How to set up ProtonVPN on DD-WRT routers

This is a step-by-step guide to setting up ProtonVPN on your DD-WRT router. Introduction If you set up your VPN account to work on your router, you can protect the online activity of each device connected to your WiFi. Below we explain how to get ProtonVPN to work on your […]

 

How to set up ProtonVPN on OpenWRT routers

In this article, we are going to cover the basic VPN setup process on an OpenWRT router so that it can connect directly to the ProtonVPN servers. Learn more about why you should set up a VPN on your router.  We don’t recommend setting up a VPN connection if you aren’t a […]

 

ProtonVPN macOS Application

This is a simple guide to installing and using the VPN application for Mac which is built by the ProtonVPN team. Note: ProtonVPN application for Mac is available only for macOS 10.12 and above. The first step is to visit https://protonvpn.com and log in to your account. Then click on […]

 

Linux IKEv2 ProtonVPN tutorial

We are introducing a new way to connect to ProtonVPN using IKEv2 on Linux machines. We want to thank “Sh4dowb,” a member of the Proton community, who was a great help in creating this guide. Use this tutorial if you prefer the connecting to our servers via the IKEv2 protocol […]

 

How to use ProtonVPN on an Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick

The ProtonVPN Android TV app protects your privacy and allows you to access blocked and censored content while using your smart TV. Although not currently available yet on the official Amazon Appstore, it can be quite easily sideloaded onto Fire TVs and Fire TV Sticks using the following instructions. Once […]

 

How to use ProtonVPN on Android TV

With ProtonVPN, you can stream and watch video content on any Android TV by installing the app directly on your TV set.  The app allows you to watch content from more than 50 countries, if you have a paid plan. Users with free accounts can select from up to 3 […]

 

What is Kill Switch?

Kill Switch is a security feature that protects your IP in case you unexpectedly lose connection to any ProtonVPN server.  In case the connection is interrupted, Kill Switch blocks all external network traffic to and from your IP until it automatically re-establishes a connection to the same VPN server.  This […]

 

How to use the official Linux app beta

The official ProtonVPN Linux beta app is available for many Linux Debian-based distros and Fedora 33 (please see Supported distros notes at the end of this article). Support for more distros will follow. If you are using ProtonVPN for Linux Version 2.0, we recommend that you upgrade to the new […]

 

Accessing the Tor Network in ProtonVPN

ProtonVPN is integrated with the Tor network, and Tor over VPN provides users a simple way to route their Internet traffic through the Tor network with a single click. In this article, we explain how to connect to the Tor network with ProtonVPN using our Tor over VPN feature. We […]

 

ProtonVPN command-line tool for Linux

The official ProtonVPN Linux beta app is available for most Linux Debian-based distros and Fedora 33  (support for more distros to follow). Where possible, we recommend that you upgrade to the official app. The community Linux client described below remains available for those who need it. We have updated our Linux […]

 


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