I am now quite disappointed that I paid for 1 year sub. I didnt even think that I cant use Freedome on linux. Linux is from Finland and you are the biggest security company in Finland...
I think you would get a lot of new customers if you supported linux. Many security pros need a vpn with unix support, and they could recommend it to common ppl too.
You must have some strange reason for this, and you dont want to reveal it.
Only thing missing for me to pay for a Freedom sub - a linux client. Please do, even if not a zillion users, there's also a goodwill value for F-secure in doing so, leading to linux users choosing other products from them, and also, choosing their stuff when on other platforms. As for now, on to the next vpn-provider, I'll look back here in a year and see if anything has changed.
I have paid for a year membership about two months ago and I plan on switching to Ubuntu in about a week. It is, therefore, no exaggeration that when I found out that Freedome does not have Linux support, I was shocked and reading this post only made me angry too.
As several people here already said, why wouldn't you just release the configuration for PPTP/L2TP/OpenVPN? I don't really care much about your additional in-app features, I am mainly interested in the VPN itself.
I have switched from PrivateInternetAccess, which has native support for Linux and also offers sans-client setup, and I am now strongly regretting my decision.
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