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VPN security made simple

Easy to start

Getting started with NordVPN for Linux couldn’t be easier. Install the app, enter your login details, pick a server, and you are all set!

Use with no hassle

No graphic distractions, only the power of your commands. Connect to servers, list countries, or switch between protocols, all with a command line.

Connect instantly

Cloak your virtual identity in no time – just type nordvpn connect, and the special algorithm will connect you to the best server available at the moment.

Experience real freedom

No content restrictions, no speed or bandwidth limits – choose any server to enjoy secure and private browsing experience.

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Ultimate security for your Linux machine

Benefit from robust encryption

NordVPN secures your sensitive data with military-grade encryption, so whatever you do online stays secure and private.

Stay safe at all times

If your VPN connection drops, Kill Switch will block your computer from accessing the Internet outside the encrypted VPN tunnel.

Block malware and ads

The NordVPN CyberSec security suite guards you against malicious online threats and blocks intrusive ads.

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Advanced features you will like

Autosuggest

The autocomplete widgets are there to make your VPN experience even better by providing you suggestions while you type your commands.

TCP/UDP protocols

Easily switch between the Internet protocols depending on your requirements for connection speed (UDP) and level of security (TCP).

Up to 6 devices

Connect up to 6 devices simultaneously with a single NordVPN account. Works on Linux, Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.

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Connect NordVPN on Linux in 4 easy steps

1. Get the NordVPN repo setup .deb package

You can Download the file here or at the top of this page

2. Install the NordVPN repository

Open the terminal and run the following: sudo apt-get install {/path/to/}nordvpn-release_1.0.0_all.deb

3. Update the apt-get package list

Type this command: sudo apt-get update

4. Install NordVPN

Almost there! Enter the last command to install NordVPN: sudo apt-get install nordvpn

Need assistance? Visit our Help Center for more information and step-by-step instructions on how to set up NordVPN on Debian.