Don’t settle for less, be fortified with RetroVPN

Using the RetroVPN VPN client on Windows is a must if you want to be safe online

Benefits:

If your family uses Windows for computing, then you will know that visiting a website or downloading a file can compromise your private information. RetroVPN makes sure that two layers of encryption are keeping your IP address, location and other sensitive information away from snooping eyes.

Features:

Unless you are on Antarctica, our revolutionary VPN client allows you to access content in any region. Simply connect your Windows device to a server through our VPN client and start browsing the internet the way it was meant to be.

System Requirements:

Works on Vista and any newer versions of the Microsoft Operating System

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  • IKEv2
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • NAT Firewall
  • Double Encryption
  • Kill Switch
  • DNS Leak Free
  • Auto Connect

Keep your Mac OS devices secure by installing the new RetroVPN VPN application.

Benefits:

Thought you had already gotten the maximum use out of your Mac? Think again. With RetroVPN, you can now access sites and specific content from anywhere in the world.

Features:

The way we designed the latest version of our Mac OS app will help all users. It is an easier app to use, while we have added even more security features. It is also easy to switch between servers giving you speedy access to the websites and content you need.

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  • 5 Connections
  • IKEv2
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • NAT Firewall
  • Double Encryption
  • Kill Switch
  • DNS Leak Free
  • Auto Connect

How to Install RetroVPN on Your Android Device.

RetroVPN believes in your electronic privacy & freedom; that’s why we have given you the control to download our VPN client straight to your android device. Downloading our RetroVPN APK file is easy and secure. We have detailed the installation steps below to ensure that you benefit from enhanced security much faster.

There are many different ways to install, RetroVPN VPN client, we have listed options below depending on your Android version and method of installation.

Enabling APK Installation from Your Android's File Manager.

Download the APK RetroVPN file. If you haven't yet downloaded the APK file onto your Android, do the following:

  1. Open your Android's web browser.
    • Go to RetroVPN.
    • Select Android.
    • Click the Download button.
    • Wait for the APK file to finish downloading.
  2. Open your Android's file manager app. Tap the app icon for your Android's file manager app in the App Drawer to do so.
    • For example, if you're using the My Files app on a Samsung Galaxy, you would tap the white folder on an orange background icon.
    • Make sure this is the file manager for which you enabled app installations.
  3. Select your Android's default storage. Depending on where your Android stores its downloaded files by default, tap either the hard drive or the SD card name. This will open a list of folders on your Android.
    • If you see a Downloads option on the main page, tap that and then skip the next step.
  4. Click Download. It's a blue folder in the middle of the page
  5. Select the RetroVPN APK file. You should see the APK file that you downloaded in the "Download" folder, though you may need to scroll down to see it. Tapping it opens the APK file.
  6. Tap INSTALL. It's in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Doing so begins installing the RetroVPN APK file.
  7. Tap DONE when prompted. This is at the bottom of the screen. The APK file's installer will close. At this point, you should be able to find the APK file's installed app in your Android's App Drawer.
    • You can also tap OPEN here to open the installed app.
  8. When the app opens, enter the credentials you used to sign up.
  9. Choose a location to launch your VPN protection from or use the default “fastest server” setting.

Installing RetroVPN APK file from Android 7.0 and bellow:

  1. Open your Android's Settings. Use two fingers to swipe down from the top of the screen, then tap the "Settings" gear icon in the top-right corner of the resulting drop-down menu.
  2. Scroll down and tap Apps and notifications. Doing so opens the Apps and Notifications menu.
    • On a Samsung Galaxy, you'll instead tap Biometrics and security.
    • If you have an Android running Nougat (Android 7.0), skip to the last step in this part instead.
  3. Tap Install unknown apps. It should be in the middle of the menu.
    • This option may instead say Install other apps.
    • On some Androids, you may first have to tap Special access.
  4. Download the APK RetroVPN file. If you haven't yet downloaded the APK file onto your Android, do the following:
  5. Open your Android's web browser.
    • Go to RetroVPN.
    • Select Android.
    • Click the Download button.
    • Wait for the APK file to finish downloading.
  6. When the app opens, enter the credentials you used to sign up.
  7. Choose a location to launch your VPN protection from or use the default “fastest server” setting.
Installing RetroVPN APK file from a browser:
  1. Select a browser. Tap the browser you want to use to download your RetroVPN APK file.
    • For example, if you want to download your RetroVPN APK file from Google Chrome, you would tap the Chrome option here.
    • Tap the white "Allow from this source" switch. It's at the bottom of the page. Doing so will cause the switch to turn blue , signifying that the browser will now be able to download and install APK files.
      • On some Androids, you may instead need to tap an "Allow from this source" checkbox.
  2. Tap OK if prompted. This will confirm your decision and enable downloads from unknown sources on your Android. You can now proceed with installing RetroVPN APK files if you're installing it from a browser.
  3. Download the APK RetroVPN file. If you haven't yet downloaded the APK file onto your Android, do the following:
  4. Open your Android's web browser.
    • Go to RetroVPN.
    • Select Android.
    • Click the Download button.
    • Wait for the APK file to finish downloading.
  5. When the app opens, enter the credentials you used to sign up.
  6. Choose a location to launch your VPN protection from or use the default “fastest server” setting.
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  • IKEv2
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • NAT Firewall
  • Double Encryption
  • Kill Switch
  • DNS Leak Free
  • Auto Connect

Easy Setup

  1. Install OpenVPN application.
  2. Choose and download .ovpn file in My Account.
  3. Connect to desired vpn server.

Benefits:

Even though Apple is a privacy-oriented company, they cannot stop a hacker from getting into your device through a public WiFi network. Only a high end VPN service can make sure that you are safe.

Features:

The two layers of encryption that we use in our service will make sure that any information, such as your IP address or location, is off limits to third parties, hackers and snoopers. Maintain your privacy and ensure that all your Apple devices are secure.

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  • 5 Connections
  • IKEv2
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • NAT Firewall
  • Double Encryption
  • Kill Switch
  • DNS Leak Free
  • Auto Connect

Easy Setup

  1. Install OpenVPN

    Open the terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run the following command:

    # sudo apt-get install openvpn

  2. Choose a Server & Connect

    #cd /etc/openvpn
    #ls

    Choose the server you wish to connect to from the Server Status page and download the .ovpn file and ca certificate. Open the CA certificate and copy the contents inside the .ovpn file like so;

    client
    dev tun
    proto udp
    remote (SERVER_IP_HERE after "remote")
    nobind
    persist-key
    persist-tun
    ca ca.crt
    auth-user-pass
    comp-lzo
    reneg-sec 0
    verb 3
    cipher AES-256-CBC
    <ca>
    CERT_FILE_CONTENT_COMES_HERE
    </ca>

    Now run OpenVPN as run:

    # openvpn /etc/openvpn/SERVER-NAME-HERE.ovpn

    Enter your credentials and you should now be successfully connected. Enjoy and use responsibly.

  3. Change Name Server (Optional)

    In case any domain or website is not responding for you, this might be an issue with the name server.

    # vim /etc/resolv.conf

    Add the following:

    Nameserver 80.67.0.2

  • Coming soon
  • 5 Connections
  • IKEv2
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • NAT Firewall
  • Double Encryption
  • Kill Switch
  • DNS Leak Free
  • Auto Connect