I wouldn't have much trust in a VPN service that requires installation of a dedicated proprietary client (spy ?). Most GNU/Linux systems handle VPN connexions out-of-the-box. So there is indeed no point in developping such a thing, but rather giving out connexion parameters.
I was a Windows 10 user until 3 days ago, but never going back! I am now using Ubuntu 15.04 and did not check on my VPN client before switching! I'm very disappointd you do not support Linux. I hope it is in the near future since there are billions of Linux users out there!
I had the same situ and disappointment. Keep in mind, F-Secure andLinux both come from the same place - Helsinki, Finland. This makes me think that maybe mr Torvalds has opened his nasty mouth in a correct moment for the right perseon...
Thank you for all your feedback. It is forwarded to the product team.
There is however currently still no plan for a Linux version.
Can I join the band asking for a Linux version to be developed?
I have finally decided to abandon Windows in favour of Linux for daily use, but I can't carry Freedome over.
I could well use another VPN and I might end up having to do just that, but I trust F-secure enough to want to stick with your products!
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