Get the best free VPN Firefox extension

End online restrictions and reclaim your digital freedom with CyberGhost

It’s time to get a VPN browser extension

Did you ever try to connect to a website, watch a video, or stream a TV show, only to be greeted by a message letting you know the content is unavailable to people from your region? You probably know how frustrating online restrictions can be.

This is where the VPN Firefox extension from CyberGhost comes in and saves the day for you.

Our extension lets you bypass geo-restrictions, censorship, and school or workplace digital limitations. What’s more, it also keeps you safe from potential online security or privacy threats. You can rest easy knowing you’re protected against hackers or snoopers.

The mechanism behind our CyberGhost VPN extension is simple.
When you connect to one of the servers from our network, we hide your IP address and replace it from our system. This way, websites can no longer identify you. And you’ll be able to browse freely, securely, and anonymously.

CyberGhost VPN – your Firefox VPN

Here’s the thing with most free VPN Firefox extensions. The people them have to keep some servers up. And this requires funds. So many make money by selling your personal information to advertisers or other third-parties interested in it.

But we’re in a different camp. We have a strict No Logs policy and keep no data on you. Our funding comes from the paid version of CyberGhost VPN.

Enjoy all the features of our CyberGhost VPN Firefox extension

Available in countries banning VPNs

We always want to stay one step ahead of governmental attempts to ban VPNs. Because we believe you should be able to enjoy an open and free internet.

Connect to 8 servers in 4 countries

The free CyberGhost VPN Firefox add-on gives you access to servers in the United States, Germany, Romania, and the Netherlands. We have 2 servers in each of these countries.

Unlimited bandwidth

Say goodbye to data caps! Our aim with the CyberGhost VPN Firefox is to give you complete and unlimited digital freedom.

Digital invisibility

Incognito modes aren’t giving you absolute privacy. But our blockchain-generated Firefox extension protects your digital anonymity.

Crazy simple setup

You don’t need an account to use our Firefox VPN extension. You don’t have to be a tech guru. You just have to care about protecting your privacy. We do all the heavy lifting.

No logs policy

We believe you should be the only one knowing what you do online. So, we keep absolutely no logs on you, and we don’t collaborate with the authorities.

Don’t compromise on your privacy.
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What you get Firefox extension CyberGhost VPN
Anonymous browsing checked checked
Block online tracking checked checked
Hidden IP checked checked
Access to geo-restricted websites checked checked
Blocked malicious content checked checked
Secure Wi-Fi connections Only in the browser All around
Access Flash content securely not checked checked
WebRTC leak protection checked checked
Killswitch not checked checked
24/7 live chat support not checked checked
Streaming & downloading sever filter not checked checked
Multiple protocol support not checked checked
Access to 8900+ servers in 91+ countries Access to only 8 servers in 4 countries checked
Smart rules not checked checked
Device limit Available just for Firefox & Chrome Up to 7 devices, no matter the OS


As a rule of thumb, a Firefox VPN should always be kept on. However, if you're not a fan of having your Firefox traffic encrypted at all times, you should at least make sure to use a VPN when connected to public Wi-Fi networks, when you're traveling to a country where the internet is restricted, or when you want to spoof your location.

We highly recommend against it. Free VPN software will often cap bandwidth and only offer access to a limited server array. Additionally, free VPNs are notorious for making a profit by selling their users' online preferences to third parties. This contradicts with one of the main purposes for using a VPN - privacy and anonymity. While our free Firefox extension is a great tool for enhancing your online data security, it too has its limits. To get the full-fledged VPN experience, with access to all our 7000+ high-speed VPN servers from 90 countries, multiple protocol support, and 24/7 customer service, we recommend trying our premium VPN.

Adding CyberGhost VPN to your list of Firefox add-ons is simple. Open the settings tab, click on the 'Add-ons and themes' button (CTRL+SHIFT+A), type in CyberGhost VPN and hit the 'Add to Firefox' button. After that, make sure to turn on the app every time you open Firefox.

Our VPN add-on for Firefox is a great tool for increasing your online privacy while using Mozilla's browser. However, it has its limitations. First of all, compared to the premium version, you only get access to 8 servers from 4 countries, as opposed to the 8900+ servers from 91 countries you can connect to with the full app. The add-on does not feature any of our dedicated streaming servers, does not offer multiple protocol support, or 24/7 customer support. Secondly, it can only be used inside Firefox, while the full app supports up to 7 different devices simultaneously.

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All you need from a truly complete VPN solution

  • Over 8900 VPN servers worldwide
  • DNS and IP leak protection
  • Automatic kill switch
  • OpenVPN, IKEv2, WireGuard® protocols
  • Unlimited bandwidth and traffic
  • Up to 7 devices protected simultaneously