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Mozilla’s Firefox offers VPN Service to Boost Privacy for $10 a Month

According to a report by Stephen Shankland in the C|Net web site, “Mozilla is experimenting with a VPN (virtual private network) service to get a little financial wiggle room from people willing to spend some money to have their internet traffic encrypted better to thwart internet service providers and others from snooping on their online activity. Mozilla will test the offering with a portion of Firefox users in the US starting Wednesday.”

Also, “Mozilla’s VPN service relies on a partnership with Switzerland-based ProtonVPN, which gets some of the revenue. Those who sign up can use the VPN software on Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS and Android.”

Details may be found at: https://cnet.co/2Phz28K.

Categories: VPN (Virtual Private Networking)

1 reply

  1. I wonder if it’s an add-on or extension in the Firefox browser or just the protonVPN software.

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