Monday, June 22nd 2020

Mozilla Starts Offering VPN Service called Firefox Private Network

Mozilla, the maker of popular web-browser Firefox, has announced that it is now offering virtual private network (VPN) services. Available for right now as a beta product, the company is promising that it will soon release the software as a fully-fledged application. Firefox Private Network's Mozilla VPN is designed to help users gain more control and safety over their internet traffic while offering protection for a whole device. if you wish to try it out, you would need to join a waitlist. There you can get the VPN app while it is still in beta for iOS, Android, Windows, and Chromebook devices. Support for macOS and Linux is coming soon. The service costs $4.99 a month, while if you own a Firefox browser, you can get it free of charge as an extension.
Source: Mozilla
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6 Comments on Mozilla Starts Offering VPN Service called Firefox Private Network

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Unless it doesnt keep logs, it has no use to me.
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#2
sifu
"firefox-mozilla-vpn is provided by the Swedish company Mullvad, uses WireGuard and comes with strong privacy protections that include a strict no logging policy. "

Mullvad is best in class for no logging, so expect the same
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
CrAsHnBuRnXpUnless it doesnt keep logs, it has no use to me.
Got no chance period with me, logging or not.

Just passing your data to other people, more so to people in another country.
sifu"firefox-mozilla-vpn is provided by the Swedish company Mullvad, uses WireGuard and comes with strong privacy protections that include a strict no logging policy. "

Mullvad is best in class for no logging, so expect the same
Maybe they don't but dam people will believe any thing.
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#5
R-T-B
AsRockJust passing your data to other people, more so to people in another country.
We have this thing called SSL. It's all about who you choose to trust in the end connection point, not the transit distance.

I'd trust Sweden to enforce nolog over America (where that's literally illegal due to Patriot and similar) any day.
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#6
ThrashZone
Hi,
Interesting term "if you own a firefox browser" it's free
Didn't know I owned firefox for just installing it.
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