Those of you that use a VPN for connecting to the internet may be interested to learn that there’s a new VPN on the market from a trusted company. Mozilla, the company best known for its Firefox internet browser software has launched its own VPN service this week.
The new Mozilla VPN is available on Windows and Android devices now and offers a fast and easy to use service. According to Mozilla, users will instantly see how fast internet browsing is when using its new VPN service. Mozilla VPN is based on WireGuard protocols which is much smaller than legacy protocols used by other VPN provides, making it more streamlined and fast.
Users who are new to using a VPN will notice that the interface is easy to use, setup is simple so you will be online in no time. Mozilla beta tested the software last year and it received positive feedback from participants of the test. Users found that the VPN offered a higher level of security for all devices with added protection for personal information and allowed users to browse anonymously and communicate more securely.
Mozilla claims that they do not partner with “third-party analytics platforms who want to build a profile of what you do online” and will not keep data logs of users online activity. The company also claims to have non-nonsense Data Privacy Principles that only focus on the information needed to provide the service.
Connecting to the Mozilla VPN requires no long term contract and is available for just $4.99 per month. The service will be available initially in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand with plans to expand to other counties later this year.
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KitGuru says: Are you looking for a new VPN service for Windows and Android devices? Would you give the Mozilla VPN a go?