Mozilla, the organization that, among other things, develops the Firefox browser, announced that its Virtual Private Network Mozilla VPN is now available for Windows 10 (64 bit) and Android devices.

It is a VPN service that, assuring developers, offers first and foremost speeds in web browsing experience.

This is because Mozilla VPN is based on a modern and slim technology, WireGuard, whose 4,000 lines of code, Mozilla points out, represent only a fraction of the size of legacy protocols used by other VPN service providers.

Mozilla VPN also focuses on an easy-to-use and intuitive interface for anyone, even those who are fasting on Virtual Private Network or for those who simply want to set it up and access the web, without complications.

The Mozilla VPN service is initially available in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Malaysia and New Zealand, with expansion plans in other countries including ours in the fall. The cost of the service is $4.99 a month.

Mac and Linux versions are referred to as “coming soon” while the iOS client is still beta.

But, apart from the performance and simplicity of use, the terrain on which Mozilla beats to differentiate itself is that of security and privacy.

In a market crowded by companies that promise privacy and security, Mozilla argues, it can be difficult for the user to know who to trust. Mozilla is a company whose products have a reputation for tools that help users protect their information.

The organization ensures that it follows and adheres to its privacy principles, easy to read and without frills, and that it focuses only on the information it needs to provide a service. In addition, Mozilla highlights the fact that it does not store user data logs.

Mozilla also says that it does not intend to collaborate with third-party analytics platforms that wish to create a profile of what the user does online.

The availability of Mozilla’s VPN service comes after a long beta test period where users shared their feedback with the organization.

In turn, Mozilla shared some of the main reasons cited by users for using a VPN.

First, security for all your devices: users access VPNs for more online protection. With Mozilla VPN the user’s activity is encrypted on all applications and websites.

Another reason for using VPNs is greater protection for your private information. Over 50% of VPN users in the United States and the UK, Mozilla explains, said that the search for protection when using a public Wi-Fi network was the main reason for choosing a VPN service.

Navigating in a more anonymous way is another reason. Users are very interested in remaining anonymous when they wish. In this, a VPN is a key component, as it encrypts all user traffic and protects its IP address and location.

Finally, communicate more securely: the use of a VPN can provide an additional level of protection, ensuring that any conversation that the user makes is encrypted on the network.

You can download, or receive more information about, Mozilla VPN from Mozilla’s website or Google Play Store.

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