Atlas VPN Now Supports Linux OS

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Sienna Rowley
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Sienna is an editor at Cloud Host News. She is an internet enthusiast, always eager to explore the latest trend in the tech space. She is a modest family woman who loves traveling in her free time.

One of the best Freemium VPN, Atlas VPN is now available to download on Linux Operating Systems. Atlas VPN for Linux comes bundled with WireGuard protocol, servers optimal for streaming, SafeSwap and MultiHop+ servers.

SafeSwap server lets users have numerous rotating IP addresses without having the need to switch among various VPN servers. With the help of MultiHop+ servers tunneling, the users’s website traffic is encrypted behind multiple layers of encryption thereby enhancing the privacy and security of users.

Atlas VPN’s PR Manager, Ruta Cizinauskaite said,”While Linux is one of the most secure operating systems available, its users are still in danger of online privacy threats, such as government surveillance, censorship, and snooping. VPN can help Linux users protect their personal information from unwanted third-party tracking and interception by encrypting their online traffic and adding a layer of security between their Linux computers and the internet.”

Lastly, Atlas VPN plans to expand into more distributions. At present, the VPN is available on Ubuntu devices. Furthermore, Atlas VPN adds new premium tier plan offering support for Andriod TV and Amazon Fire TV devices with added privacy features like Data Breach Monitor that alerts users about data breach and tracker blocker.

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