ProtonVPN is TechRadar’s “#1 free VPN – Unlimited data allowance without paying penny.”
The ProtonVPN Linux app is easy to use and packed with advanced security features.
Distros that are currently supported are Debian 10, Ubuntu 20+, Mint 20+
MX Linux 19+, Fedora 31+, Archlinux / Manjaro.
How to install a VPN on Linux Mint
The ProtonVPN Linux app officially supports Mint 20. If you are currently using the community-developed version of our Linux app, you should uninstall it before installing their official app.
1. Download their repo setup package
Download the ProtonVPN DEB package at:
2. Install the ProtonVPN repository
Double-click the downloaded DEB package to install the repo using your default package manager.
3. Update the apt-get package list
Open Terminal and enter the command:
sudo apt-get update
4. Install the ProtonVPN Linux app
sudo apt-get install protonvpn
The ProtonVPN Linux app is now installed and can be run from your application launcher menu.
How to Use ProtonVPN
Here I will pass you off to the article by ProtonVPN: “How to use ProtonVPN on Linux.”
This is the only free VPN I currently recommend and use.