Mozilla has tried to expand its services and products beyond its Firefox web browser to diversify its profits. One of those endeavors is the VPN service, which started out as a Firefox extension before moving to a closed beta and then a publicly available service.
However, the first versions only supported Windows, Android and iOS. The company has now expanded its support to include MacOS and Linux and rounded off support for all major platforms.
Mozilla VPN currently provides service in the US, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia. This makes the focus far tighter than competing services like ExpressVPN, although Mozilla says more countries will be added.
Mozilla promises not to log any network activity and not to limit bandwidth. Like many of its competitors, Mozilla VPN can run on five different devices from a single account.
The company has claimed that its service is faster than its competitors because it uses less code. In the…