GreenTunnel is a free open source anti-censorship application for Windows, MacOS and Linux. It allows you to bypass your Internet service provider’s deep packet inspection system and unblock blocked websites on your system. Released under the MIT license. It comes with a command line interface and GUI support. It uses DNS over HTTPS and DNS over TLS to get the real IP address and bypass DNS spoofing. This method doesn’t work for all ISPs, so test it with your ISP first. It also doesn’t encrypt traffic or hide your IP address.
Install Green Tunnel on Ubuntu
Access the GreenTunnel download link above and download the GreenTunnel Debian package in a zip file format. Save it to your download folder. Right-click the downloaded file and select Extract here. Get the GreenTunnel deb package file. Install with the following command. Rename the file based on the filename you downloaded and extracted.
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sudo dpkg -i green-tunnel_1.7.4_amd64.deb
sudo apt install -f
You can use the snap package to install the GreenTunnel command line interface. Run this GreenTunnel snap install command in the terminal app (ctrl + alt + t).
sudo snap install --edge green-tunnel --devmode
npm i -g green-tunnel
Run this command for usage details.
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