Mozilla Introduces its VPN to Mac and Linux

Mozilla | January 14, 2021

The Mozilla VPN has finally arrived on Mac and Linux. Following a Private Network expansion it brought to Firefox in 2019 and a shut beta, Mozilla revealed a Windows and Android VPN in July. It later presented an iOS variant.

The VPN is at present accessible in six nations — the US, Canada, the UK, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia — and it'll open in more areas soon, as per Mozilla. A $5/month membership conceals to five gadgets, so you'll have the option to utilize the VPN on your telephone, tablet and PC, regardless of whether your PC runs Linux.

The Mozilla VPN isn't the least expensive alternative available. Nonetheless, Mozilla has said that, since it utilizes less lines of code than other VPNs, the administration is quicker than many opponent ones. You can interface with in excess of 280 workers in excess of 30 nations through the VPN with no data transfer capacity limitations. The administration utilizes WireGuard gadget level encryption and it doesn't log your organization movement.

About Mozilla

A lot of companies say they’re “mission-driven.” Our unique corporate structure guarantees that every decision we make upholds our mission: to ensure the internet remains open and accessible. Beholden to neither shareholders nor investors, Mozilla Corporation is wholly owned by the not-for-profit Mozilla Foundation.


IT leaders are looking ahead at 2023 and calibrating their strategies for the new year. Graham Johnson, Sr. Manager of Global Customer and Market Insights at VMware, takes a deep dive on what these leaders are prioritizing for their businesses.


IT leaders are looking ahead at 2023 and calibrating their strategies for the new year. Graham Johnson, Sr. Manager of Global Customer and Market Insights at VMware, takes a deep dive on what these leaders are prioritizing for their businesses.

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