(V)ee(P)ee(N)ee = VPN. The script works great and has been tested primarily on Ubuntu. Debian should not be a problem as long as openvpn is installed. "apt-get install openvpn" should work just fine in the terminal for installing the openvpn client. VeePeeNee will download free "ovpn" cert files and then start the VPN with ease. It is very user friendly but as said before, you must have openvpn installed.
http://www.vpnbook.com is a website that offers free VPN service among other things. It has an area available for downloading the certs. It also has a username and password which is needed to connect to the VPN. The username is the same but the password does change from time to time. VeePeeNee will go out and grab those credentials, save them, and then use them to log into the VPN. Pretty fast and handy. It also allows you to change your DNS settings to google which many people fail to do when using a VPN. This is just a bit of privacy added. It will save a backup of the original file in-case you want to switch back. Stopping the VPN is as easy as CTRL C. A good edition for those who want to use a free proxy and do not want to use TOR. Not to mention, it is not nearly as slow as the TOR network.