Mozilla Working On VPN In Firefox

Mozilla Firefox is a very popular browser and it officer lots of pictures and enables users to browse the Internet without sacrificing RAM and the power of the computer. Well, now the company is working on a new setup in Firefox and that is browser-based VPN which means now users can browse the Internet without showing their identity.

The company has updated its Firefox Test Pilot Program and there it is testing the new VPN feature, and this will help users to browse privately and hide their location from the websites and the trackers. This feature can be tested by the Firefox users only and they need to login to the Firefox account to test and part of the new feature.

Unfortunately, the feature is only tested in the United States and we hope that the company will expand its testing to more regions and make it available for all the users very soon.

How to use the setup

As I mentioned above, the feature is in the testing mode and it is only available in the United States, if you are living in the United States and having an account on the Mozilla Firefox then you are good to go. After login into Mozilla Firefox browser, you need to download the extension for the new feature and that can be downloaded from their website itself.

After the installation process, you can click all the new which will appear on the right age of the browser’s toolbar. Well, this icon will allow you to turn on and off the VPN Service inside the browser.

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