Updated: Jul 30, 2020
Mozilla VPN promises; One tap to privacy, Fast network speed, and not storing users’ online activity logs on its servers powered by Mullvad using the WireGuard protocol.
“Security you can rely on. A name you can trust.” Mozilla Launches its VPN services.
Learning from its consumers, the Mozilla team realized the users’ need to feel safer online without jumping through hoops and decided to start with the goal of providing device-level protection as they develop a VPN with a “Mozilla” name behind it.
Aware of the necessity that understanding exact customer needs is vital for its success, the Mozilla team recruited Beta testers from over 200 countries around the world that provided key insights on the priorities for the future that were rooted in perceived ease of use and the emotional needs of safety, empowerment, and independence.
Mozilla VPN is currently compatible with Android and Windows 10 (64 bit), while our iOS VPN client remains in beta. Mac and Linux clients are coming soon. It is available in the US, the UK, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, and Malaysia. using the most advanced protocol, WireGuard®, to encrypt its users’ network activity and hide their IP address.
Mozilla VPN promises; One tap to privacy, Fast network speed, and not storing users’ online activity logs on its servers powered by Mullvad using the WireGuard protocol. Even when they promise to actively forgo additional profit-making opportunities by never tracking users’ browsing activities and avoiding any third party in-app data analytics platforms, at US$4.99/month one can enjoy;
280+ servers in 30+ countries
No bandwidth restrictions
No logging of your network activity
Connect up to 5 devices.
According to their official blog, Mozilla envisions providing next-generation privacy and security solutions, only the future will tell. Let’s keep tracking its progress in the era of increased demand for online security and privacy