Some reports back in February stated on Mozilla’s beta test of its new VPN app.
The app now out of Mozilla’s Firefox private Network browser extension, and launched into beta on that name.
Moreover, according to the at the end of June, Mozilla announced the VPN application moved out from under
the Firefox Private Network name upon full launch.
The company also highlighted that the full launch would come soon!
Furthermore, Mozilla now published a Blogspot introducing the new Mozilla VPN priced $5 per month for five devices.
The application is at hand for both Android and Windows.
But the iOS version remains in beta version for now.
The Frequently asked questions state that Mac and Linux clients are on the way.
The application is now available only in the UK, US, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, and Malaysia.
But you can join that waitlist if you outside these countries or else devices running OS not currently supported.
Mozilla declares that you can trust it with your data because it pledges to cling to its ‘five data privacy principles’
which stems from the company’s ‘Pledge for a Healthy Internet.’
Moreover, Mozilla touts the speed afforded by the WireGuard encryption protocol utilized by its VPN.
WireGuard around nearly 4,000 lines of code, as opposed to OpenVPN’s 400,000 which means WireGuard
must be significantly easier and faster to audit.
The Mozilla VPN also powered by Mullvad.net, is the Privacy Tool’s top suggested VPN and recently released its mobile clients into early access to the App Store and Google Play store.
There is a hope that soon they will expand the availability for more countries too.
Furthermore, the full version will officially be coming to iOS.
Tuned for more Updates.