You try it yet?
Seems to be working ok -
secured version of firefox you can integrate with their VPN.
Oh, you installed it @PackRat
Nice find @anon28865476
Not yet, playing with a new server and wireguard.
Oh, some experiments in there @anon28865476
Only when not plowing snow.
I use Mullvad VPN so I figured I might as well try the browser…Using it on two computers and so far having a very god experience…
Works ok with any VPN service but will not work at all if using wireguard.
EDIT: It is running everything through their servers.
|18.104.22.168||None||M247 Europe SRL||Los Angeles, United States|
I use a VPN router using Mullvad with wireguard protocol…No problem at all in my setup…
|IPv4 Address||22.214.171.124 (WireGuard)|
|Location||New York, NY, USA|
When I tried it with wireguard ( not from Mullvad ) it refuses to load any pages. It displays a message to use Mullvad VPN. On that note, Mullvad is no longer on my rig.
@anon28865476 thank you for the heads up. Will give it i try. Hope is that it can be used at the least as a supplementary browser to Firefox for me.
I watching this with interest.
Thank you everyone
That’s how I was using it.
This browser has worked ok for me used together with with the Mullvad vpn service. Firefox will be my #1 choice of course and this will be used as a supplement. So I will not search further.
I do not have the patience to test new stuff that arrives every week, or time for that matter. Most of their promises sounds like empty corporate bs to me anyway. (Yes, feeling a bit grumpy today)