We built a simple, easy-to-use VPN. We work with trusted service providers to build and brand their VPN service. All aspects of LEAP’s VPN, the server side and the application, are 100% open source and available on Android, Windows, Mac and Linux. All our partners provide free to use, donation-based VPN.

Choose your VPN provider

Using a VPN requires people to place their trust in both the software and service provider that they choose. We only partner with trusted service providers who have a record of protecting their user’s privacy.



This is LEAP’s very own VPN client, available on the Android platform. Bitmask allows you to select from a variety of trusted service provider all from one app. Current providers include Riseup.net and The Calyx Institute. Get Bitmask

Use Bitmask


Riseup offers Personal VPN service for censorship circumvention, location anonymization and traffic encryption. To make this possible, it sends all your internet traffic through an encrypted connection to riseup.net, where it then goes out onto the public internet. Unlike most other VPN providers, Riseup does not log your IP address. Get RiseupVPN

Go to Riseup.net


We are developing LibraryVPN for use by libraries and their patrons! We are currently working with the Lebanon and Westchester Library Systems to pilot this project. If you are interested in helping with the develpment of LibraryVPN, please reach out to the LibraryVPN project. Go to LibraryVPN

Visit LibraryVPN

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