Mozilla has been ramping up its security and privacy credentials of late. Firefox has started blocking third-party tracking cookies for everyone, and now the company is launching its own virtual private network designed to keep its users safe.
How to Try the Firefox Private Network
Mozilla announced Firefox Private Network on The Mozilla Blog, describing it as "an extension which provides a secure, encrypted path to the web to protect your connection and your personal information anywhere and everywhere you use your Firefox browser."
It's essentially a VPN which offers protection while using Firefox on a public network and masks your IP address to prevent third-party trackers following you around the web. And you can toggle Firefox Private Network on or off at any time.