Mozilla will launch an advanced version of its highly acclaimed Firefox browser this fall. In an interview with German media T3N, the company’s CEO Chris Beard said the company plans to launch a new version in October, with features including VPN and secure cloud storage.
The company has experimented with VPN services by partnering with ProtonVPN and offering a $10 subscription. Now, the company is considering providing a certain amount of free VPN bandwidth to help you get started, and then charge an extra fee in the form of a monthly subscription.
There is no news about pricing yet, but a premium version of Firefox focused on privacy seems to be an enticing product, and it is difficult to avoid being tracked by digital devices at the time, and there are a lot of data leaks.