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Firefox Private Network provides a secure, encrypted tunnel to the web to protect your connection and your personal information on Firefox.
Private Network should have minimal effect on your browsing speed. Send us feedback if you're experiencing problems.
How to resolve the "Bad request" problem when logging in to Firefox Private Network.
How to turn Firefox Private Network on/off.
About sign-in requirements for Firefox Private Network.
Private Network is available for download in the U.S. only.
How to install or uninstall Firefox Private Network on Firefox.
How to tell if Firefox Private Network is on.
Your IP address cannot be chosen or changed.
Firefox Private Network is for Firefox desktop only at this time.
You must turn Firefox Private Network off if you want to share your precise location with websites.
Real-time communication sites, like Skype for Web, Google Hangouts and Slack might not work when Firefox Private Network is activated.
Learn about the permissions that Firefox Private Network requires.
For now, you won’t be able to sign out of the early version, but you can turn it on or off.
There is a known issue that will cause Firefox to crash when you send files using an encrypted file transfer service while Private Network is on.
Why is a Firefox Account required to use Firefox Private Network?
Private Network only protects your connection while you're using the Firefox browser.
How to report issues on websites that aren't real-time communication sites.
If you’ve forgotten your Firefox Accounts password, reset it to a new password, then log in to the VPN with your new password.
How to update Firefox Private Network to get the latest functionality.