Mozilla VPN for Ubuntu Linux — a perfectly private pairing
Your privacy is our promise
Take an extra measure of security when you’re online — both at home and out and about — with Mozilla VPN. For a small monthly fee, it uses advanced WireGuard® protocol to encrypt your internet connection on your Linux-based computer as well as other types of devices, letting you stream shows, play games, shop, and go about your daily life online knowing that you’re secure.
As one of the most trusted names in the technology industry, Mozilla is committed to ensuring you feel safe and secure every time you go online.
What you’ll get with Mozilla VPN:
- Protection for up to 5 devices
- Access to servers in 30+ countries
- Device-level encryption
- No bandwidth restrictions
- No online activity logs now or ever
Stay safe online when you need to use public Wi-Fi
Sometimes public Wi-Fi is your best and only option. Mozilla VPN lets you feel free to log in to your email from the airport, edit your passwords at a coffee shop — everything you normally do at home with the same peace of mind.
Security just 1-click away
Mozilla VPN is super easy to use. Tap a button and it’ll encrypt your connection and blur the IP address on your iPhone or iPad using advanced WireGuard® protocol.
Connect to 400+ servers in 30 different countries
Mozilla VPN gives you the ability to set your Linux-based computer’s location to one of 30+ countries, opening you up to exciting new content from around the world.
Connect up to 5 devices
With one subscription, you can get Mozilla VPN on up to 5 different devices across operating systems, including Linux, Windows, Android, Mac, and iOS for iPhone and iPad.
Ultra-fast with unlimited data
Play games, stream movies and shows, and surf the web at ultra-fast speeds and no bandwidth throttling — Mozilla VPN is unlimited.
Your data belongs to you
Some VPNs log your activity on their servers. Mozilla VPN doesn’t track you online — in fact, that’s a big part of what we stand for as a company.