The Best VPNs for Linux in 2022 (and the Worst)>

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Although many open-source VPN clients are available for Linux, a native app from the provider requires less configuration and more features. Learn about seven great VPNs for Linux you should consider.

Ubuntu, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Kali, and Mint users often get the short end of the stick for software, and VPN services are no different. Let’s be honest: Linux users are low on the priority list for most companies and developers. That’s why we set out to find the best VPN providers who have taken the time to give Linux fans some attention.

To connect to a VPN server on Linux, OpenVPN, OpenConnect, AnyConnect, and Network Manager are all popular VPN clients. But even better is a provider that makes a plug-and-play native VPN client. They require far less configuration and tend to come with more features and perks than their generic peers. That’s why every Linux VPN we recommend in this list offers a slick app just for you.

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