Secure Kit for Linux

You will love the Secure Kit with these benefits.

Download Secure Kit for Debian

OpenVPN protocol

Secure Kit uses the OpenVPN protocol, which is recognized as the most reliable VPN protocol in the world.

Anonymous program

Secure Kit does not keep logs for the use of the program and the sites you visit. We guarantee your anonymity.

DNS leak protection

Protection is always on. DNS requests are securely protected. DNS leak bypass VPN is not possible.

1-click connection

1 click, 7 seconds for the connection and you will be anonymous. Secure Kit instantly connects to VPN servers.

Convenient authorization

Authorization in the program through your username and password on the site or through the Username and Password VPN.

Kill Switch function

If the VPN connection is broken, no data will be lost on the Internet. Kill Switch will block Internet access without VPN.

Hide the fact of using VPN

OpenVPN can be configured to port 443, but the OpenVPN connection traffic by signatures is different from the SSL connection traffic (visiting the website through https).

Secure Kit is able to simulate a normal SSL connection. Your ISP will see normal SSL traffic, as if you are visiting an https website. We named this technology the Imitation HTTPS.

Setup Secure Kit in Ubuntu

Secure Kit can be installed on any operating system based on Debian.

  • Ubuntu
  • Mint Linux
  • Kali Linux
  • Parrot Linux
  • and another versions based on Debian

Download Secure Kit for Debian

Download the program to the Desktop and run it with a double click of the mouse.

Download the Secure Kit for Ubuntu to your desktop

Install Secure Kit on Ubuntu.

Install Secure Kit on Ubuntu

Enter the password for your Ubuntu account.

Enter password for Ubuntu account

Run Secure Kit.

Run Secure Kit app on Ubuntu

Login to your account:

  • enter Username and Password from your account on the site
  • or enter Username and Password VPN from your VPN subscription. This is useful if you have bought multiple VPN subscriptions.

Login to your account in Secure Kit on Ubuntu

Go to the program settings.

Go to Secure Kit settings on Ubuntu


  1. Type of connection: OpenVPN TCP, OpenVPN UDP, imitation HTTPS.
  2. Check if you need to run a program when macOS starts
  3. Check if you want to immediately connect to the VPN when you run Secure Kit
  4. Check if you want to change the time zone by IP address
  5. Turn on Kill Switch to block all traffic bypassing the VPN connection
  6. Click on the icon to save the settings

Secure Kit on Ubuntu program settings

The types of connection in Secure Kit

Several types of OpenVPN connections can be selected in the program settings.

OpenVPN TCP - the TCP data transfer protocol. It is characterized by reliability and data security. TCP is slower UDP. We recommend to use when critical reliability of data transmission.

OpenVPN UDP - uses UDP data transfer protocol. It is used when the data rate is important. Recommended use for Skype, SIP, websites, and view streaming video.

Imitation HTTPS - is to combine several technologies in order to hide the fact of VPN using. This type of connection does not differ from the usual visit https website for SSL protocol. We recommend to use when you need maximum anonymity.

To select a VPN connection, click Select VPN Location.

Main window of Secure Kit on Ubuntu

You can add to Favorites commonly used VPN connections.

List of all VPN connections in Secure Kit on Ubuntu

Favorites List and Recommended VPN servers. Select the VPN connection.

Favorites List in Secure Kit on Ubuntu

Secure Kit connects to the VPN server. Click on the Show connection, to see the connection process.

Connection process to OpenVPN server in Secure Kit on Ubuntu

Window of connection process. If you have any problems with connection, please contact support team and provide the contents of this window.

Connection process in Secure Kit on Ubuntu

You have successfully connected to OpenVPN server in Secure Kit on Ubuntu.

A successful connection to the OpenVPN server in Secure Kit on Ubuntu

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