VPNCHAINS is bash script which chains openvpn connections. You don't need to use virtual machine for this anymore.
After chain is completed you can use internet in more secure and private way with all openvpn benefits.
Completed chain looks like this:
PC <-> OPENVPN1 <-> OPENVPN2 <-> OPENVPN# <-> INTERNET
Ease: Downloaded, extracted, copied OVPN files to VPNCHAINS folder, modified script, ran script, connected. Literally 5 minutes of time, if that. My OVPN files contained no special routing as they were meant Features: Does exactly what it is supposed to do and does it elegantly. Design: What more do you need? It's a bash script. Support: Script hasn't been modified since 2012 but it worked out of the box for me. Other thoughts: DO NOT RUN OpenVPN instances separate from the VPNCHAINS shell window that REDIRECT YOUR INTERNET TRAFFIC (i.e. mess with default gateway routing) as it will break your VPNCHAINS connection. However, if you have other OpenVPN instances that are for connecting to private networks only, they will not break your VPNCHAINS connection.