Mozilla Launches Firefox VPN Extension for US Users

Firefox Private Network

It is true that Mozilla is finding ways to monetize its Firefox web browser. Last year, it partnered with a VPN services provider (ProtonVPN) to provide VPN services for its users. Recently this year, it launched Firefox Private Network to push further in monetizing Firefox.

Included into the Firefox web browser, Firefox Private Network functions similarly to a VPN service. It hides your IP address from the spying eyes online and protects your browsing activity from eavesdroppers. It is a browser extension that focuses on user privacy online. With it, not only websites and advertisement companies can hardly customize ads for you but also hackers and cybercriminals can’t get easier access to your sensitive information.

Firefox Private Network is currently free to US desktop users. It is extremely easy to install it on your Firefox. As long as you reside in the US, you can access Firefox Private Network and use it for free. Open Firefox browser, go to its official website and click on “Add to Firefox”. If you are visiting it from outside the US, you are not allowed to install it. After installing it, you need to sign in via your Firefox account. Then, activate Firefox Private Network and you will be able to browse anonymously on the Internet.  

Besides, you can disable this browser extension as you like. Because you may not able to access certain websites with it. And it is very convenient for you to protect traffic through Firefox only.

Compared to a VPN, however, it only encrypts Internet traffic through the Firefox browser. Internet connections through other programs are still vulnerable to cyber attacks and online spies.

If you want to protect all your traffic through all programs, you should turn to the best VPN for help.

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