Good news, Linux users—the latest version of your favorite VPN for Linux features new desktop notifications and a Network Lock to protect your privacy.
The ExpressVPN app for Linux also includes full protection against DNS and IPv6 leaks and offers the best VPN connection, wherever you are.
Other key features of ExpressVPN’s latest Linux VPN app include:
ExpressVPN browser extension compatibility
When it comes to privacy extensions, there’s simply none better than ExpressVPN’s extension for Chrome and Firefox.
ExpressVPN will pick the best VPN locations for you, letting you protect your connection easier than ever before.
Connect without having to download config files
Keeping track of OpenVPN configuration files can be annoying. Fortunately, your new Linux app lets you simply select a server without having to worry about multiple files.
Always get the latest servers
Linux users never have to worry about using outdated server lists. The app continually updates ExpressVPN’s latest and greatest server locations. That way you can browse all 145 server locations in more than 94 countries and counting.
Easily switch between UDP and TCP
Experiencing slow load times? No problem. Your new Linux app makes it super simple to switch between different protocol options to get the most out of your VPN.
You can also take advantage of Linux’s great auto connect feature to use your VPN whenever you go online. Yup, it’s that awesome!
Download ExpressVPN for Linux today!
Now you know how awesome ExpressVPN for Linux is, what are you waiting for? To download ExpressVPN for Linux, just head over to My Account, sign in, click “Set Up ExpressVPN,” and scroll down to the Linux section.
If you’re unsure how to download, you can check out this step-by-step OpenVPN tutorial for help!
How do you like it?
Once you’ve had time to break in your new Linux app, let us know what you think. ExpressVPN wants to hear from you! Leave your questions, comments, concerns, and praise below.