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Linux VPNSecure Client Install

Last updated by Shayne M on October 29, 2018 23:05

The VPN client has been tested on Ubuntu/Fedora/Linux Mint and Debian, however should work on other distributions of Linux as well.

DEPS - openvpn 2.3+ wget, curl, libgconf-2-4, obfsproxy, libcanberra-gtk-module

2.1.7 - Release Changes

  1. Faster connect / disconnect
  2. New Stealth VPN option (Replaces old implementation) 
  3. Installer updated, for both deb and rpm based systems, cleaner installation process.
  4. You can now launch the application from the Menu
  5. Minor bug fixes.

Auto Installer

64Bit (2.1.7)

sudo wget https://www.vpnsecure.me/files/install -O install && sudo bash install


32Bit (2.0.8) Version only - No further updates to 32bit going forward as of 2018.

sudo wget https://www.vpnsecure.me/files/install32 https://www.vpnsecure.me/files/install32 -O install32 && sudo bash install32

If your using Ubuntu or an OS with Gnome, you will find a Icon available to launch from the menu, if your using another distribution please type the following

sudo /etc/vpnsecure/vpnsecure

Once launched you will receive the program login window, please proceed to enter your login details and connect to your desired server.

Manual installation

Install the following packages (The package names might be different or not needed on other systems that aren't debian based, however required at minimum is openvpn 2.4+ & curl, stealth VPN won't work without obfsproxy) 

install openvpn curl libgconf-2-4 libcanberra-gtk-module obfsproxy

*if using wayland run xhost si:localuser:root in terminal before starting the application the first time.

	mkdir /etc/vpnsecure
	cd /etc/vpnsecure
	curl -o vpnsecure-2.1.7.tar.gz https://downloads-us.vpnsecure.me/vpnsecure-2.1.7.tar.gz | tar -xvzf vpnsecure-2.1.7.tar.gz --strip-components 1
	chmod +x /etc/vpnsecure/vpnsecure

Run application with sudo ./etc/vpnsecure/vpnsecure

In order for Leak fix to work, you will need to install resolvconf 

	apt-get -o Dpkg::Options::=--force-confmiss install --reinstall resolvconf
	sudo bash -c 'echo "nameserver 1.1.1.1" >> /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base'
	sudo bash -c 'echo "nameserver 1.0.0.1" >> /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base'
	sudo resolvconf -u
	sudo ifdown -a ; sudo ifup -a

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