Linux-based operating systems are still a very small part of the desktop market, but that hasn’t stopped VPN services from providing client applications. The best we’ve found are from ExpressVPN, NordVPNand VPN Unlimited.
Eight of the VPN services we’ve reviewed have either command-line-interface (CLI) or graphical-user-interface (GUI) client software for major Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Mint and Red Hat.
The CLIs were just as easy to use as the GUIs, but we’ve still divided them into separate categories because Linux newbies may prefer windows and buttons over typed commands. Our top recommendation blends the two types of interfaces to get the best of both worlds.
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