Mozilla VPN will be released in the coming weeks

Mozilla announced today that the long-awaited VPN (virtual private network) service will launch later this summer, and in fact "in the coming weeks".

The upcoming service will be renamed from its original name Firefox Private Network in "Mozilla VPN".

The name change came after the extension of this VPN service from a Firefox extension to VPN of the whole device, που είναι ικανό να δρομολογεί την κυκλοφορία για ολόκληρο το λειτουργικό σύστημα. Αυτό συμπεριλαμβάνει και άλλα browsing.

Mozilla VPN will initially be released for Windows 10, Chromebook, Android and iOS devices.

Mozilla said the beta testers also requested a Mac client, along with a Linux application.

Once Mozilla VPN is out of beta, the service will continue to be available to US users only (for now).

However, Mozilla has stated that it intends to make its VPN available in other selected areas by the end of the year.

Regarding the monthly charge, the company stated that “it will continue to offer Mozilla VPN with the existing pricing model for a limited time, which allows you to protect up to five devices with Windows, Android and iOS at $ 4,99 per month. ”

The Mozilla VPN was released last September. The beta was only available to US residents, but the company announced that users from more than 200 countries have joined the waiting list.

Η Mozilla ανέφερε ότι το VPN λειτουργεί με την δρομολόγηση της ς του ιστού μέσω ενός δικτύου αξιόπιστων proxies. Η επέκταση του προγράμματος περιήγησης VPN χρησιμοποιεί διακομιστές της Cloudflare, ενώ το VPN για ολόκληρη την συσκευή χρησιμοποιεί διακομιστές της Mullvad και το πρωτόκολλο VPN ανοιχτού κώδικα WireGuard, που προστέθηκε νωρίτερα φέτος στον πυρήνα του Linux.

Since the release of the beta service last year, Mozilla has created a comprehensive faq with detailed support questions and answers both for browser extension as for VPN of the whole device. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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