• Mozilla to offer select users paid VPN service within their Firefox browser

    27 days ago - By Android Community

    For anyone who has ever needed to access a website that is blocked in a particular country or region, VPNs have been a lifesaver. But not all of them are of course secure and may cause even more harm to your device. Mozilla is offering a solution and at the same time bringing a new...
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  • Firefox 63 blocks tracking cookies, offers a VPN when you need one

    Firefox 63 blocks tracking cookies, offers a VPN when you need one

    27 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Firefox 63, out today, includes the first iteration of what Mozilla is calling Enhanced Tracking Protection , a feature to improve privacy and stop your activity across the Web from being tracked.
    Tracking cookies store some kind of unique identifier that represents your browser. The cookie is tied to a third-party domain-the domain of the tracking company, rather than the site you're visiting. Each site you visit that embeds the tracking cookie will allow the tracking company to see the sites you visit and, using that unique identifier, cross-reference different visits to different sites...
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  • Mozilla Testing VPN Subscription Sales In Firefox

    Mozilla Testing VPN Subscription Sales In Firefox

    27 days ago - By Ubergizmo

    Mozilla is running an experiment with a small group of Firefox users to sell VPN subscriptions within the browser itself. The confirmation came after an ad was spotted by some users in Firefox to buy a subscription to ProtonVPN. Mozilla has since acknowledged that the test is being conducted with a small number of users.
    ZDNet spotted the test and Mozilla has now confirmed that it's indeed pushing ads to sell ProtonVPN subscribers to some Firefox users. The company says that it has picked ProtonVPN for this test due to that provider's data retention policies and overall transparency. This...
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