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How to get a Free VPN on Kali Linux(will work on windows/mac)

Get your ass behind a VPN and help us!!!


apt-get install network-manager-openvpn-gnome
apt-get install network-manager-pptp
apt-get install network-manager-pptp-gnome
apt-get install network-manager-strongswan
apt-get install network-manager-vpnc
apt-get install network-manager-vpnc-gnome
/etc/init.d/network-manager restart
free vpns
USA VPN
Server: us.justfreevpn.com
PPTP Username: justfreevpn
PPTP Password: USA Free VPN Account
UK VPN
Server: uk.justfreevpn.com
PPTP Username: justfreevpn
PPTP Password: United Kingdom Free VPN Account
Canada VPN
Server: ca.justfreevpn.com
PPTP Username: justfreevpn
PPTP Password: Canada Free VPN The Icarus Account
Open Network Manager
From the desktop click on the Network Manager icon in the t
op right hand corner, click on VPN Connections and Configure VPN. If you can t see
the Network Manager icon, you can open network manager by clicking on System >
Preferences > Network Configuration and then click on the VPN tab.
Add VPN connection When the VPN Connection window is displayed, click on Add to
create the new connection.
Choose the connection type
Ensure the connection type is PPTP and click Create.
Enter VPN Account Details
For gateway enter xx.justfreevpn.com as the VPN server n
ame. In the Connection name field, enter xx.justfreevpn.com as the new connection
name. Enter VPN username and VPN password too.
Advanced Settings Select both MSCHAP and MSCHAPv2 options. Check the box labeled
Use Point to Point encryption (MPPE) and then click OK. Click OK again to save
the VPN connection.
Connect to the VPN Now start the VPN connection by clicking on the Network Manag
er Icon again, select VPN Connections and click on the new connection you have c
reated.
You re connected!
The Network Manager icon should now have a little padlock icon o
n it to indicate that the VPN is now connected.
VPN Hostname: freecanadavpn.com
VPN Protocol: PPTP
VPN Encryption: Auto
VPN Username: free
VPN Password: 3656
Open Network Manager From the desktop click on the Network Manager icon in the t
op right hand corner, click on VPN Connections and Configure VPN. If you can t see
the Network Manager icon, you can open network manager by clicking on System >
Preferences > Network Configuration and then click on the VPN tab.
Add VPN connection When the VPN Connection window is displayed, click on Add to

create the new connection.


Choose the connection type
Ensure the connection type is PPTP and click Create.
Enter VPN Account Details
For gateway enter FreeCanadaVPN.COM as the VPN server na
me. In the Connection name field, enter FreeCanadaVPN.COM as the new connection na
me. Enter VPN username and VPN password too.
Advanced Settings Select both MSCHAP and MSCHAPv2 options. Check the box labeled
Use Point to Point encryption (MPPE) and then click OK. Click OK again to save
the VPN connection.
Connect to the VPN Now start the VPN connection by clicking on the Network Manag
er Icon again, select VPN Connections and click on the new connection you have c
reated.
You re connected!
The Network Manager icon should now have a little padlock icon o
n it to indicate that the VPN is now connected.
Register on Security KISS
http://www.securitykiss.com/
Open your mail and login with given client ID and password to Client Area.
Configure OpenVPN in Kali Linux Network Manager
This tutorial describes how to configure OpenVPN connection to SecurityKISS serv
ers using Kali Linux Network Manager. The slideshow come from Kali linux (32bit.
Gnome)installed with dualboot.
As a prerequisite you need to have root privileges and the configuration bundle
you can download from SecurityKISS Client Area.
Step 1. Enable IP forwarding
Check whether IP forwarding is enabled in Linux:
root@kali:~# cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
It should return 0 or 1. If it is zero you need enable IP forwarding by:
root@kali:~# echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
and
root@kali:~# gedit /etc/sysctl.conf
Edit the following line 26 and 27: net.ipv4.ip_forward = 1
from
# Uncomment the next line to enable packet forwarding for IPv4
?#?net?.ipv4.ip_forward=1
to
# Uncomment the next line to enable packet forwarding for IPv4
net.ipv4.ip_forward=1
and save.
Step 2. Download SecurityKISS config files
Download the configuration bundle from Client area (use the download link you ge
nereted in SecurityKISS Client Area).
Unzip the files.
View the README.txt file to find the list of SecurityKISS gateways.
Step 3. Configure OpenVPN connection
In the network connections find 'Configure VPN'
Select VPN tab
Add new VPN connection
Choose a OpenVPN connection type
Press Create
Enter connection name indicating server location, protocol and port. In the Gate
way field enter one of the IP addresses from the list you found in README.txt. A
uthentication type should be 'Certificates (TLS)'.
Next click to select User Certificate.
Navigate to unzipped config files
Open client.crt file
Do the same for CA Certificate
But open ca.crt
And the same for Private Key
But open client.key
Select Advanced button
Tick 'Use LZO data compression' and 'Use custom gateway port' checkboxes. Enter

port number according to the selected server from README.txt. If the server you
selected from the list is marked as TCP you also need to tick 'Use a TCP connect
ion' and click ok to save settings.
Mark Available to all users click to save.
Step 4. Test the tunneled connection
Connect from the VPN connections.
Go to network manager and click to VPN Connections and connect.
You can verify if your IP address has changed by opening their geolocation websi
te: www.securitykiss.com/locate
Sucessfully connected to the free VPN...
Enjoy !!!!