AllSafeVPN Linux Deb App BETA
On Kali Linux Distro Download the app and open your terminal and run those 3 commands:
cd Downloads chmod +x AllSafeVPN-App_1.0.0_amd64.deb sudo apt install ./AllSafeVPN-App_1.0.0_amd64.deb
On other Debian Based Linux Distro you just click on the AllSafeVPN-App_1.0.0_amd64.deb.
To enable the Kill Switch feature, click on the Gear icon in the left bottom corner. This will bring up the settings menu.
The purpose of the Kill Switch is to protect your privacy. If for some reason you disconnect from the VPN server you might reconnect to the website/service you were using with your real IP address thus losing your privacy. This could happen even without you noticing it. The Kill Switch will stop all traffic between your computer and the internet if your VPN connection drops for some reason. By default the Kill Switch is disabled and you have to enable it in the settings tab.
If the Kill Switch does activate after a connection drop you have to reenable your network in the bottom right corner or in the network manager
The core functionality of this VPN Application is that you can manage your personal or commercial OpenVPN servers in a simple and effective way.
1. Add and select your OpenVPN (.ovpn) certificate from your local machine.
2. Click on the three dots next to the servers, rename your OpenVPN server and assign a Country to it!
3. Login with your username and password.
If you changed password just LOGOUT and use the new one.
OpenVPN App On Linux
Install OpenVPN package using the shell command below:
sudo apt install openvpn network-manager-openvpn network-manager-openvpn-gnome -y
Download the configuration file from Server Map.
Open a new terminal shell in the folder where the config file is.
Run those 2 command and then OpenVPN command below.
openvpn --config allsafevpn-servername-udp.ovpn
Connect to the servers using your allsafevpn username (not the email) and password.
If you wish to automatically connect when computer restart using openvpn script/service:
Copy the config file into openvpn client
sudo cp allsafevpn-servername-udp.ovpn /etc/openvpn/client.conf
sudo systemctl enable openvpn@client
sudo systemctl start openvpn@client
IMPORTANT: If you wish to save your username, password and forget about login credential. do these easy steps:
Open the configuration file, add this at the end and save it:
Make a text file, name it pass.txt and add your credentials:
Copy the pass.txt file into openvpn client
sudo cp pass.txt /etc/openvpn/
Now everytime you connect using the command openvpn will not ask your credentials.