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IbVPN’s Add-on now compatible with Firefox Quantum


ibVPN's add-on is in store

2x faster. Fierce. Brand new.

Firefox Quantum or Firefox 57 is the newest version of the old and rusty Firefox browser, most of you probably know. This hype version of Mozilla’s browser, challenges many browsing engines, in terms of speed and UI.

The fresh and modern design Firefox gets, called “Photon UI”, comes with lots of improvements – the browser looks even more cleaner than before.

Nearly a year of development.

This new version of Firefox looks and works amazing. The release that is known as being a major update Mozilla does in years, comes after a year of development.

ibVPN Add-on for Firefox 57.

Let’s be honest, every Firefox user is very excited about this news and so are we. As we are huge fans of brand new things and major updates, we took the challenge and updated ibVPN’s Add-on so it will be compatible with Firefox 57.

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Our proxy extension and IP changer is so easy to use. Maybe you’re thinking that our desktop app is enough for you but, trust us, you definitely need to use this cool tool. What you can do with this add-on? Lots of things, like:

  • Surf the web in the safest way possible and… most important… away from curious eyes;

  • All your favorite media sites are just a click away, while you’re far away from home;

  • Enjoy an awesome experience of online entertainment, while navigating the internet.

Just like Firefox 57, our add-on is ready to use.

ibVPN’s Add-on is in our favorite place… in store, but you can’t just leave it there. Go and get it, you’ll absolutely love it!

Curious how it looks? Here’s how pretty it is:

Firefox Add-on

You should keep in mind that our add-on has a new option now – The Guest Mode. This feature allows you to surf the web all protected, without being logged-in to your account. So, if you’re in a rush, just enter the Guest Mode and browse for your favorite content. The small disadvantage of this feature is that you are allowed to connect to a limited number of servers and, every 10 minutes, you get disconnected. But hey, this happens only if you choose the guest mode. By logging into your account, you will have access to all the servers your plan allows.

Please note that you can use our Firefox Add-on, only if you have one of the following plans: Ultimate VPN, Total VPN or ibDNS. Want to use our Add-on but your plan doesn’t grant you access? Make sure you UPGRADE YOUR SERVICE!

Get ibVPN’s Firefox Add-on!

You can’t judge a book by its cover.

That’s why you should give a try to Firefox 57 and ibVPN add-on. For those of you who are already using our add-on, please make sure you update it, because you won’t be able to use our old version, as is no longer compatible with Firefox 57.

Update the add-on, connect and surf the web securely and without restrictions!

P.S: For those of you who are not huge fans of Firefox, we have extensions for other browsers too. Check them out!

Safe browsing, folks! ❤

By | 2017-11-14T14:37:20+00:00 November 14th, 2017|5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Amnon merci November 15, 2017 at 7:52 pm - Reply

    I have a lot of disconnecting with my actual VPN,I need a better and faster VPN.
    Thank you.

    • ibvpn_posts November 16, 2017 at 12:40 pm - Reply

      Hi! Have you tried our VPN? 🙂

  2. MR Danish November 16, 2017 at 2:45 am - Reply

    Nice Information

  3. Mike November 17, 2017 at 5:35 am - Reply

    The text says it is a proxy to make surfing invisible, Is data encrypted with the add on or is it simply a proxy?
    Does the normal IBVPN client have to be turned on for data to be encrypted?
    Is the tool to be used in conjunction with IBVPN client or is it stand alone?

    • ibvpn_posts November 20, 2017 at 4:07 pm - Reply

      Hello Mike!
      By using our Firefox Add-on, all your traffic made through your Firefox browser is encrypted. 🙂

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