Secure your connection to the Firefox browser
The Firefox browser is secure, but the networks you join might not be. Get up to 12 hours free a month of in-browser protection with the lightweight Firefox extension.
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Use public Wi-Fi more securely
Prevent eavesdroppers from tracking your browsing history when you’re on unsecured wireless networks.
Throw off hyper-targeting advertisers
Hide your real location from data collectors who can use it to profile you and target you with ads.
Up to 12 free hours of network protection a month
Protect your connection everywhere you use the Firefox browser.
Add the Firefox Private Network extension to your browser. Log in to your Firefox account or create one.
At the beginning of the month, you’ll receive 12 passes. Passes expire after one hour and cannot be paused or stopped while in use.
When you want extra online protection — like when you’re on public Wi-Fi — turn on Firefox Private Network to claim one of your passes.
About our trusted partner
Firefox Private Network browser protection uses a server provided by our partner Cloudflare, who collects a limited amount of data and deletes it permanently after 24 hours.
Frequently asked questions
Is the browser extension free?
While in beta, the browser-level protection is currently free and available for Firefox for Desktop only. Users receive 12 one-hour passes each month. Passes expire after one hour and cannot be paused or stopped. Passes reset at the beginning of the month and do not roll over to the next month.
Does Firefox Private Network work on all browsers?
The free extension requires the Firefox Browser for Desktop, which is available on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
What devices is Firefox Private Network compatible with?
The free extension can be used on any desktop computer running Firefox. It protects your browser connection only. The full-device VPN protects all apps and browsers you use to access the internet on your Windows 10 device.
When will Firefox Private Network be available outside the US?
We will offer the Firefox Private Network beta in the United States into early 2020. We’re working on expanding the service to other regions soon after. Join the waitlist to be notified when it’s available outside the US.
Does Firefox Private Network log my browsing history?