The following instructions outline the setup process for Stunnel + OpenVPN connections on Ubuntu 18.04:

1.   Open the Terminal

2.  To install the OpenVPN software on your system. Type


sudo apt update
sudo apt install network-manager-openvpn-gnome
sudo apt install stunnel4


Enter your password and press "Enter". Wait about 1-5 minutes, depending on speed  of your network and computer hardware.

3.   Download Stunnel configuration files here

4.   Right-click the downloaded file and select "Extract here"

5.   Edit one line in Stunnel config by changing "options = NO_SSLv2" to "options = NO_SSLv3" same as on the picture below. 

Then run Stunnel via Terminal by typing: 


sudo stunnel4 /path_to_file/server.conf

        where path_to_file is path to your stunnel configuration file


        and server.conf is the server configuration file you wish to connect to. 

        No message will be displayed. 

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Names with spaces should be included into single quotes ' '

6.   To run OpenVPN type: 

sudo openvpn /path_to_file/localhost.ovpn

where path_to_file is path to localhost.ovpn file,located inside files you extracted in step 4


Enter Auth Username: Your Anonine user name

Enter Auth Password: Your Anonine password

7.    If you have entered the correct login information, you will see  message 

        "Initialization sequence completed"


All of your online activities are now 100% secure and anonymous while  connected to Anonine.


If you have any questions, or experience any issues while installing and setting up 

your Ubuntu device to connect to the Anonine VPN servers - please contact our Support Team anytime.