With VPNKiwi’s Windows client, you are downloading
When you have a PC, you likely have a lot of information that you want to keep private and personal. You want to know that outsiders can’t get in and use that info for other purposes. Now, your data remains safe and only visible to you with VPNKiwi.
Our client allows you to get onto forums, social media, and other sites with the most secure access. Not only that, but we also make sure that you can get onto those sites with the best privacy and encryption possible so that you always feel safe on the web.
Microsoft Windows Vista and higher compatibility
With VPNKiwi's Mac OS client, you are downloading
Our software has been developed so that, when your Mac interacts with our servers, your data is always encrypted and private, plus you can use any website you want to get onto.
Enjoy your Mac in the ways that you want to enjoy it – whether you’re looking at your social media sites or gaming. Our new features help to maintain your speeds by switching between servers when necessary.
VPNKiwi believes in your electronic privacy & freedom; that’s why we have given you the control to download our VPN client straight to your android device. Downloading our VPNKiwi APK file is easy and secure. We have detailed the installation steps below to ensure that you benefit from enhanced security much faster.
There are many different ways to install, VPNKiwi VPN client, we have listed options below depending on your Android version and method of installation.
Download the APK VPNKiwi file. If you haven't yet downloaded the APK file onto your Android, do the following:
Our iOS app was made to be dependable, allowing you to be secure and have the best encryption possible. You get access to all of this technology while browsing the web as you wish.
Your device and our servers interact under the watchful eye of our best encryption technology. Hackers can’t find your location and won’t get your information, ever – that’s a promise.
Open the terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run the following command:# sudo apt-get install openvpn
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
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.
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 184.108.40.206