Mozilla Releases Private Network VPN Server as Firefox Extension
Mozilla aims to protect and encrypt your online activity. It is currently available in beta version.
As we known open Wi-Fi is unsecured. Hackers can cyber attack on your computer through Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attack. If a Wi-Fi connection is free and open to you, it is also free and open to hackers.
If you are using Firefox browser then you can protect yourself from the hidden costs of free Wi-Fi. Firefox Private Network is a desktop extension that helps secure and protect your connection everywhere you use Firefox
How Firefox Private Network works?
Get started by adding the Private Network extension to Firefox for desktop and sign in with your Firefox account.
Firefox Private Network is on. Use Firefox as usual, and your online activity will be encrypted and sent through a proxy service provided by company partner Cloudflare.
Firefox Private Network needs your attention
Select the icon, and you will see a message letting you know if there is a problem with your connection or reminding you to log in.
Firefox Private Network is off
Your Firefox activity will route directly to the network you are connected to and will not be encrypted or sent through the Private Network proxy service.
Routes and encrypts your Firefox connection through a secure server
The Firefox Private Network proxy server is provided by its partner Cloudflare. Their strong privacy controls limit what data they collect and how long they keep it.
An extension that works with your Firefox account
To enable Private Network, connect to your existing Firefox account or create a new one. No longer want to use it? Like any extension, it’s easy to remove at any time.
Currently Firefox Private Network is available free for a limited time in the US only, the beta release is currently free and available to Firefox for desktop users in the United States.