keskiviikko 21. lokakuuta 2015

Free VPN with vpnbook and openvpn, how to use with Linux

VPN the tool for everyone who wants to be anonymous on the internet! I am happy that there is a place called which is 100% free.

Start by surfing to and download for example  Euro1 OpenVPN Certificate Bundle to your Linux computer. It will be a zip file, so extract it somewhere in your system.

Next install openvpn client. sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install openvpn 

This will update your repositories and install openvpn client. Then CD to the folder where you have extracted the certificate bundle. To start VPN use command:

sudo openvpn --config vpnbook-euro1-tcp443.ovpn for example. It will ask username and password which you can find here:

Then just type in the credentials and wait few seconds. After that try geolocation finder and you can see your IP and country has changed! Notice that the command needs to be run with sudo in order to work.

You need to leave terminal open as long as you want to run the VPN. To close connection hit

I am originally from finland, but after VPN tunnel my location is:

Also notice that the certifications and passwords may change occasionally, so always keep them updated.

2 kommenttia:

  1. hi,

    are you sure it's not a honey pot or a tarp?


    thanks, will give it a try.

    1. Actually good point. I may have to change few words. Maybe it is better to use paid service, but at least you get the idea how to use VPN. And if you don't want to pay for VPN this is still free and okay for some browsing.