TorGuard VPN (Ubuntu Linux GUI)

  • Anonymous VPN which gets you their basic VPN service.
  • An add-on subscription for streamers which gets them a couple of dedicated IPs (from the VPN, that is, of course)
  • Business VPN which has more bells and whistles and gets business customers a dedicated account manager

Features

Application-based kill switch

Torrents

Tools

Other Facets

  • Customer support is good. I opened one ticket and got a response back within about 30 minutes. There’s also an active community forum.
  • Pricing is reasonable. Check the website for the latest numbers.

Summary

  • A real Ubuntu Linux GUI!
  • Nice OpenVPN configuration generator
  • Good speeds through the servers
  • Some nice advanced features and an application-based cutoff switch that works in Linux

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Daniel Rosehill

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Daytime: writing for other people. Nighttime: writing for me. Or the other way round. Enjoys: Linux, tech, beer, random things. https://www.danielrosehill.com

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