The Mozilla VPN provides an encrypted tunnel to the web from any software or app on your computer or mobile device. By connecting to the Internet through another server, you will hide your real location and throw off data collectors who could profile you based on your location. For example, if you're in California and you choose a server in Sydney, Australia, data collectors will think you're connecting from Sydney.
The first time you launch Mozilla VPN, it will automatically select a server nearest to your location. You can also change servers at any time and choose from over 30+ countries. These are the steps you need to follow:
- Open Mozilla VPN.
- Sign in with your Firefox account (only required the first time).
- Click (or tap) the
- Choose a server location from the list.