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As you probably know, Linux is inherently more secure than Windows. But this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t keep an eye on how you access the internet via Linux. A firewall is necessary, and increasingly so is a virtual private network (VPN).
But do major VPN providers offer apps for Linux? How are they installed? And if they don’t offer a Linux client, just how will you browse the web with a private, secure, encrypted connection? Find all your answers in this guide.
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