Browse Privately With Fast New VPN From Mozilla

Firefox? More like Private-fox

Mozilla’s new VPN claims to be faster than other VPNs and won't share your internet habits with other companies, so you can browse quickly without peeking over your digital shoulder.

Illustration of Mozilla VPN on a smartphone

Mozilla has always prioritized privacy in their products, so it was really only a matter of time before they dove into a Virtual Private Network, or VPN.

A new VPN: Mozilla’s new VPN, appropriately called Mozilla VPN, is a $5 per month alternative to other VPN offerings that’s fast, app-friendly, and doesn’t track what you do. In a blog post, Mozilla made a point to clarify they “don’t keep user data logs” and “don’t partner with third-party analytics platforms who want to build a profile of what you do online.”

Mozilla also claims their VPN is so fast because it has a mere 4,000 lines of code. 4,000 lines, apparently, is much less than other VPNs that would also, in fact, share your internet usage.

Coming soon: Mozilla VPN is out now in the US, the UK, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand, and there are plans to expand to other countries in the Fall. If you want to check it out for yourself, it’s available on Windows, Android, and iOS (with macOS and Linux versions coming soon). It also comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, so even your purchasing decisions are secure.

Bottom line: While personalized ads can be helpful, your security and peace of mind are hopefully more important to you. $5 isn’t too bad a price, either, so even if the VPN doesn’t meet your standards, you don’t lose much trying it out.

Via: Engadget

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