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The Official Launch of VPN Unlimited for Linux

The recent news from Simplex Solutions Inc. state that the company has launched their VPN Unlimited for Linux on the April 10th 2014. Prior, VPN Unlimited was available to iOS, Mac, and Windows users, but now they are able to protect Linux platforms too.

Today, many users are aware of the fact any Internet connection should have a good protection. Whether you are surfing the net using your home computer, or laptop, or you are on a ‘go’ and exploiting your favorite WiFi hotspots, staying unprotected or vulnerable to the attackers is simply not good. VPN services are able to encrypt data that is being sent from your electronic device to another computer. The VPN data encryption is the vital protection.

Note that the company Simplex Solutions Inc. is rather young but thanks to the popularity of their services their database includes over 300.000 users. Every day, over 20.000 go online and use VPN services as their basic online safety measure. There is an option to try the VPN completely free by using the 10-day trial that the company offers.

Download your copy here https://www.vpnunlimitedapp.com/downloadlinux

Requires Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 and later, (K/X)Ubuntu 12.04 and later, Mint 12 and later.

 

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