Free, open source, peer-to-peer VPN for Linux


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Hi everyone,

I've been working on a open source project ( for a few months and wanted to get some feedback! FreePN is a Linux-first open-source peer-to-peer VPN project. It's completely free and written in C, C++, and Python.

I've tried to include features that address a lot of the problems most VPN services currently have:
  • It’s 100% totally free (speech + beer)
  • No sign up, no accounts
  • No logging
  • It’s open source
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • We’ll (hopefully pretty soon) have more available nodes than any other VPN service
  • Anonymous + Private + Secure
  • Great for streaming, using p2p applications
  • Super duper easy to use
  • (Coming soon) Built-in DNS-level ad-blocking + abuse prevention!
(Since it's a p2p VPN, we allow users to decide what categories of traffic they're comfortable hosting (i.e. file-sharing) -- wrote up explanations for this and other common questions here:

We're working on launching in about a month and if you're interested in the project, I'd really appreciate it if you'd join our waitlist!

Thank you for reading. Let me know if you have any questions!
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