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Welcome to DefenceVPN
Select your operating system
DefenceVPN for Windows
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Install
Easy Setup
  1. Download and install DefenceVPN for Windows. Your browser may display a security warning, which you need to accept.
  2. Login using your credentials.
DefenceVPN for Mac OS
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Install
Easy Setup
  1. Download and install DefenceVPN for Mac OS. Your browser may display a security warning, which you need to accept.
  2. Login using your credentials.
DefenceVPN for Android
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Easy Setup
  1. Download and install the DefenceVPN app for Android.
  2. Login using your credentials.
DefenceVPN for iOS
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Install
Easy Setup
  1. Download the OpenVPN Connect App
  2. Download the .ovpn and CA certificate files for the server you wish to connect to from the Server Status. Open the CA certificate and copy the contents inside the .ovpn file like so:
    <ca>
    CERT_FILE_CONTENT_COMES_HERE
    </ca>
    After downloading, email yourself the .ovpn files.
  3. Open the OpenVPN Connect App, import your .OVPN files that you emailed yourself (this can be done directly from the mail app) or by clicking the import button in the OpenVPN Connect App.
  4. Sign in with your credentials and connect.

    That's it! You're connected. Enjoy and use responsibly.
DefenceVPN for Linux
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Install
Easy Setup
  1. Install OpenVPN
    Open the terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run the following command:
    # sudo apt-get install openvpn
  2. Choose a Server & Connect
    #cd /etc/openvpn
    #ls
    Choose the server you wish to connect to from the Server Status page and download the .ovpn file and ca certificate. Open the CA certificate and copy the contents inside the .ovpn file like so;
    client
    dev tun
    proto udp
    remote (SERVER_IP_HERE after "remote")
    nobind
    persist-key
    persist-tun
    ca ca.crt
    auth-user-pass
    comp-lzo
    reneg-sec 0
    verb 3
    cipher AES-256-CBC
    <ca>
    CERT_FILE_CONTENT_COMES_HERE
    </ca>
    Now run OpenVPN as run:
    # openvpn /etc/openvpn/SERVER-NAME-HERE.ovpn
    Enter your credentials and you should now be successfully connected. Enjoy and use responsibly.
  3. Change Name Server (Optional)
    In case any domain or website is not responding for you, this might be an issue with the name server.
    # vim /etc/resolv.conf
    Add the following:
    Nameserver 80.67.0.2