Whether you have a single family PC or multiple PCs in the home, FenyxVPN ensures that everyone is protected at all times. No matter what activities household members might be involved in, their location and identity will never be accessed by any other party when they’re online.
You can get on any social media site or website whether you’re in your home or on vacation in another location.
Windows Vista or later
It’s never been this easy to protect your online browsing data. With the FenyxVPN MacOS client, you can protect the whole family while enjoying all the content that your family wants.
With so many features and hundreds of servers all around the globe, we’ll give you the fastest, most secure connections on your Macs. Easily move to another server if you want to find a faster connection.
FenyxVPN 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 FenyxVPN 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, FenyxVPN VPN client, we have listed options below depending on your Android version and method of installation.
Download the APK FenyxVPN file. If you haven't yet downloaded the APK file onto your Android, do the following:
There’s no better security for any iOS device, and because you can install it on all the devices in your household, you’ll be able to protect your family’s privacy in one fell swoop.
Public WiFi is great, but it often leaves you unsecure, allowing others to gain access to the data you send and receive. However, if you install the iOS VPN app, you can even browse securely when connected to public WiFi.
Open the terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run the following command:
# sudo apt-get install openvpn
Choose a Server & Connect
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;
remote (SERVER_IP_HERE after "remote")
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.
Change Name Server (Optional)
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: