Introducing Firefox Private Network VPN’s Official Product – the Mozilla VPN

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Not mentioned there for some reason but Mozilla’s VPN is Mullvad VPN.

This page says it is from cloudflare. so it may be cloudflare WARP.


“Firefox Private Network browser protection uses a server provided by our partner Cloudflare, who collects a limited amount of data and deletes it permanently after 24 hours.”

There are obviously two different pages you are referring to:

Both browser addon and VPN service are only available for US-based users at the moment.

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the Firefox browser maker has officially launched Mozilla VPN out of beta in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand, with plans to roll it out to additional markets later this year.

Mozilla VPN runs on a global network of servers operated by Mullvad […] This means [Mullvad] promises to not record a user’s IP address, browsing activity, session duration, timestamp, DNS request, or similar data points. Mullvad has also adopted the lightweight WireGuard protocol, which should make Mozilla VPN speedier than many other VPNs on the market.

Mozilla VPN requires a Firefox account, which means the VPN receives the subscriber’s “email address, locale, and IP address” when they use the service. The IP address, according to the privacy policy, is used to “approximate your location, because Mozilla VPN is currently only available in certain countries.” Additionally, Mozilla VPN sends Mozilla “basic information” relating to the version of the app and devices it’s installed on, including the operating system and hardware configuration. However, Mozilla said it doesn’t retain user data logs.