Use my Kaspersy VPN subscription with OpenVPN on RasberryPi with Pi-hole

  • 4 October 2021
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Kaspersky VPN on my PC does its job on the PC. Other devices connected to the same network are exposed.

Is it possible to use my Kaspersky VPN subscription in/with OpenVPN that runs on RasberryPi with Pi-hole?

RasberryPi is running Raspbian GNU/Linux 10 (buster) / Linux raspberrypi 5.10.52-v7+ #1440

Pi-hole version is v5.5



Best answer by Danila T. 19 November 2021, 04:48

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@uturnin900miles Welcome. 

Unfortunately Kaspersky  doesn’t offer Home  products  for operating systems based on Linux.

I’m not looking for a Linux product per-se.

Can I use my Kaspersky VPN’s credentials to set up OpenVPN, and, point OpenVPN to a Kaspersy VPN entry point? (similar to what the VPN client does?? - where it knows who I am and allows me to connect to unlimited VPN traffic?)


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Hi All!

We have good news:


The ability to connect routers and other devices to Kaspersky VPN Secure Connection


Consumers can protect their home Wi-Fi network by plugging-in routers via Kaspersky VPN Secure Connection. This feature is also available for any device that supports a built-in or standard OpenVPN® client. If a user links a router to Kaspersky VPN Secure Connection, all devices connected to this router will be protected. 


Moreover, users have the opportunity to plug-in devices and operating systems (OS) via OpenVPN to Kaspersky VPN Secure Connection that aren’t currently supported by the product directly. This includes Linux®, Chromebook, FireTV and AndroidTV, among others. 

This feature is available for premium users. You can get the settings through your My Kaspersky account → Secure connection tab.