1) Click the menu button in the top-right corner of Firefox and select “Options”.
2) Select “Privacy & Security” from the left-hand sidebar.
3) Scroll down to the “Network security” section and check the box next to “Enable DNS over HTTPS”.
4) Close the Options window.
5) Now open the Firefox Add-ons page by entering about:addons into your address bar.
6) Search for “VPN” in the search bar and install any VPN extension that you trust. We recommend using NordVPN or ExpressVPN. 7) Once installation is complete, click on “Enable” and then input your credentials (username and password). 8) You should now see a little lock icon next to your address bar, indicating that your traffic is being encrypted through the VPN tunnel. That’s it! You’re now browsing securely with a VPN in Firefox.
Here’s how to turn on VPN in Opera:
1. Open the Opera browser and click on the Menu icon in the top-left corner.
2. Select Settings from the menu.
3. Under the Privacy & security section, enable the option for VPN.
4. You’ll see a list of countries that you can connect to – choose one and click on Connect.
5. That’s it! Your connection will now be encrypted and secure, and your IP address will be hidden.
If you’re using the Ubuntu Server edition, however, or if for some reason the network icon isn’t appearing in your taskbar, you can disconnect from your VPN by opening a terminal window and typing:
sudo systemctl stop firstname.lastname@example.org
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