After introducing the Private Network system in 2019, Mozilla released its VPN service in July last year, but only for Windows and Android devices. After that, it was the turn of the iOS version, and finally this VPN arrives on both Mac and Linux computers.
The system is still in the deployment phase for Mac and Linux systems, and VPN is currently running on them in six countries – USA, Canada, Great Britain, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia. However, Mozilla claims that it will soon be available in other regions as well. The idea around this project is to combine all devices with one VPN solution. For a monthly subscription of $ 5, users will be able to use a VPN on five devices, whether it is a phone, tablet or computer, regardless of which operating system they work on.
Of course, this is not the only, nor the cheapest VPN solution on the market. However, Mozilla claims that they have an advantage, because their code is optimized, so VPN service is faster than the rival. Right now there are almost 300 servers in the network, set up in more than 30 countries, which allow the use of VPN without any restrictions in the flow. The service is secure and uses a device-level WireGuard encryption system and does not store logs of user network activities.
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