How to enable a VPN for Firefox?
Things to love about Surfshark VPN for Firefox
Hiding your IP when you use Firefox is a great way to guard your privacy. A VPN hides your real IP address so that it doesn’t get to the wrong hands.
What you do online is your business only, and we mean it. We don’t monitor, track, or store your activities when you use our VPN, and we never will.
Welcome to a clean cyber ocean. Firefox would be so much better without ads, trackers, malware or phishing attempts, wouldn’t it? It’s reality with CleanWeb™.
We care about your privacy, and we are working hard to always ensure it. One of the ways that we do it is by providing our own DNS on every server.
“To sum up, Cure53 is highly satisfied to see such a strong security posture on the Surfshark VPN extensions, especially given the common vulnerability of similar products to privacy issues.”
Dr. Mario Heiderich,
Founder & CEO of Cure53
Frequently asked questions
Are VPNs safe?
It depends. For example, most free VPNs aren’t safe, and you cannot be 100% sure your data won’t get leaked or sold. If you use Surfshark, you’re in good hands - we were audited independently and no security issues were found.
How do I use a VPN for Firefox?
With Surfshark, it takes just two clicks. One, click on the VPN add-on to open it, two, click “Connect” to enable it. That’s it!
Should I use a free Firefox proxy?
Using a free proxy isn’t a great idea. In general, it’s not easy to setup a proxy correctly. When you use a free one, you cannot be sure it isn’t spreading malicious traffic.
Is it illegal to use a VPN on Firefox?
VPNs are perfectly legal in most places, like the USA, the UK, Australia and the vast majority of European countries.