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Mozilla has started offering its users an affordable VPN with a 'no-nonsense' privacy

The VPN currently supports Windows, iOS and Android

Mozilla has started offering its users an affordable VPN with 'no-nonsense' privacy

Mozilla has started offering its users an affordable VPN with a 'no-nonsense' privacy

Mozilla has entered the VPN market, offering its users device-level protection across Windows, iOS and Android for $5 per month, securing users by ensuring that their data is encrypted while offering anonymous browsing and protecting the private information of its users. 

To succeed in this market, Mozilla is banking on its reputation with regards to both privacy and security, promising its users that they will follow a set of 'easy to read, no-nonsense Data Privacy Principles', which will only allow the company to only store the information that they need to operate their service. Mozilla are clear 'We don’t keep user data logs.'

In the future, Mozilla plans to offer its users support for its VPN on Linux and macOS, offering their services in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand initially. Mozilla currently expects its service to expand to cover more countries this Fall.  
   
Mozilla is building its reputation on trust, and to do that the company isn't partnering with any 3rd party analytics platforms. Mozilla doesn't want to create a profile for its users or sell user data to 3rd parties, they claim that they want to make the internet 'better for everyone'. Mozilla utilises over 280 servers across 30 countries to offer their service to users with no bandwidth restrictions. Not bad for $5 a month. 

For newcomers to the service, Mozilla is offering its users a 30-day money-back guarantee, which will allow users to get a refund if they are dissatisfied with Mozilla's service. 

 

      In a market crowded by companies making promises about privacy and security, it can be hard to know who to trust. Mozilla has a reputation for building products that help you keep your information safe. We follow our easy to read, no-nonsense Data Privacy Principles which allow us to focus only on the information we need to provide a service. We don’t keep user data logs.

We don’t partner with third-party analytics platforms who want to build a profile of what you do online. And since the makers of this VPN are backed by a mission-driven company you can trust that the dollars you spend for this product will not only ensure you have a top-notch VPN, but also are making the internet better for everyone.

Last year, we beta tested our VPN service which provided encryption and device-level protection of your connection and information on the Web. Many users shared their thoughts on why they needed this service.

Some of the top reasons users cited for using a VPN:

    • - Security for all your devices – Users are flocking to VPNs for added protection online. With Mozilla VPN you can be sure your activity is encrypted across all applications and websites, whatever device you are on.
    • - Added protection for your private information – Over 50 percent of VPN users in the US and UK said that seeking protection when using public wi-fi was a top reason for choosing a VPN service.
    • - Browse more anonymously – Users care immensely about being anonymous when they choose to. A VPN is a key component as it encrypts all your traffic and protects your IP address and location.
    • - Communicate more securely – Using a VPN can give an added layer of protection, ensuring every conversation you have is encrypted over the network.


In a world where unpredictability has become the “new normal,” we know that it’s more important than ever for you to feel safe, and for you to know that what you do online is your own business.


Those who are interested in Mozilla's VPN can read more about it here

You can join the discussion on Mozilla's VPN service on the OC3D Forums

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16-07-2020, 17:55:04

NeverBackDown
I am just glad they are using WireGuard. As far as I can tell that's the only one they are supporting. That's great news. I will keep an out on this. Can use other trusted VPNs for cheaper(albeit a single annual large payment). VPNs are useful but far from 100% protection people seem to believe. They only do so much.


I will say it does seem like a better offer than Malwarebytes VPN.Quote
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