*Connection to various VPN providers or to your own VPN server
*No manual configuration. Auto download configurations for VPN providers
*Uses OpenVPN under the hood
*Private keys generated on user's PC. No secrets sent over the network or by email
*2048-bit RSA + 256-bit AES enryption by default
*Runs on Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, OpenSUSE and other Linux distributions
*Graphical user interface and command line
*Fast and lightweight. No dependencies other than OpenVPN
Fruho program on the other hand is completely transparent and opensource, so the code can be reviewed by developers and security experts, so the user can be sure it does not do evil things.
It also hides the complexities and idiosyncracies of individual VPN service programs, and gives the user a unified facade for accessing multiple VPN services.
Which VPN services are supported?
Curently Fruho support "one click" import from the following providers:
- VpnBook (free)
- SecurityKISS (free or premium)
- Mullvad (free trial or premium)
- HideIpVPN (free trial or premium)
- VyprVPN (free trial or premium)
- AirVPN (premium only)
Basically any VPN provier is supported who provides OpenVPN config files. See how to import config files manually.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
1. Download latest version from official website
2. Install, double click on the deb package