(Pictured) Firefox Private Network expands beta testing to enhance user privacy

With the ongoing fermentation of prism monitoring scandals and the spread of malicious cyberattacks, consumers are becoming more aware of their privacy protections. While providing powerful “do not track” features, Mozilla also wants to further enhance user privacy through VPN technology, which is exactly what Firefox Private Network (FPN) wants to do, and now invites more Beta users to participate in the testing.

(Pictured) Firefox Private Network expands beta testing to enhance user privacy

FPN announced in September that it was offering users the use of VPN technology to avoid prying eyes on their network activities. FPN is a very simple Firefox extension that takes effect without adding complex configurations, but just adding to the Firefox browser like a regular extension.

(Pictured) Firefox Private Network expands beta testing to enhance user privacy

Mozilla has not yet made the feature available to the public, and it is currently limited to users in the U.S. More importantly, there is a time limit for free FPN protection, which can only work 12 hours a month. If you want full Internet protection, you can choose to pay a monthly fee of $4.99 to get the full functionality. In addition, FPN is only available for Windows 10 systems.

(Pictured) Firefox Private Network expands beta testing to enhance user privacy

For more information, visit: https://fpn.firefox.com/

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