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Mozilla Firefox Set to Launch a New VPN

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Mozilla has declared openly that its new VPN – Firefox Private Network is presently undergoing an extended beta after it has been tested for months a part of the Firefox Test Pilot program.

Though, the beta is presently only made available to users living in the US that desire to check out the service. However, the free edition will be restricted to browser-level protection in Firefox.

After installing Mozilla’s free lightweight browser extension, users can safeguard their browsing while operating Firefox but there is a hitch.

Unfortunately, the firm’s VPN service is only made free for up to 12 hours a month and users who sign up will get 12 one-hour passes to try it for themselves. However, you will require a Firefox account to utilize the extension.

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Firefox Device-level VPN

In making development to its free browser extension for Firefox Private Network, the company is presently working on a device-level VPN service that will not need Firefox to operate. Rather, the service will furnish Windows 10 devices with full protection for just $4.99 a month for a restricted time during the beta. The company is also planning to expand the service to other arenas including Android, Linux, Mac, iOS, and Chrome OS.

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The standalone edition of Firefox Private Network will permit users to select from servers in more than 30 countries and they will even have the power to link up to five devices.

Users that are interested can sign up for the queue for the paid version of the Firefox Private Network now. Or if they desire to check out the service without waiting, they can download the available free browser extension and start using it today.

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