ExpressVPN Firefox Extension Full Review

Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular browsers globally, consistently ranking just after Google Chrome. Primarily, it is competitive enough in terms of speed and memory efficiency. But of course, the browser alone does not meet the varying needs of evolving users. Under the current climate of privacy breaches and security scares from even trusted social media companies and governments, a good browser VPN that secures all traffic through this doorway is indispensable.

ExpressVPN has one of the best Firefox extensions that targets these pain points. While it’s not the cheapest option on the market, it does come with a host of benefits that makes it one of the leading brands in terms of customer satisfaction and subscription volume.

No Logs

How do we know what happens behind the veil of these mysterious internet companies? Can we trust our VPN service provider to keep our data and traffic confidential? ExpressVPN is public about their no-log policy, meaning that they do not log users’ activities or traffic. Also, rest assured that none of the users' IP addresses are captured. The only thing ExpressVPN logs is the connections made and the server used by customers for the sake of app optimization.

Strong Security

Don’t risk your personal information online. When using VPN services, invest the time to learn how exactly you are protected. This also helps you compare the comprehensiveness and sophistication of different services. A great deal of satisfied users including myself are thoroughly impressed by the combination of the following leak proof means:

  1. 256-bit AES (Advanced encryption standard). ExpressVPN uses AES-256, a standard adopted also by the U.S. government to protect confidential and sensitive information. 
  2. Killswitch to stop traffic when outside of the encryption tunnel. With the killswitch on, traffic only flows when it’s transferred within the encryption tunnel. 
  3. DNS leak protection. ExpressVPN prevents DNS information leaks with the use of its leak test tool. Only ExpressVPN’s server IPs are revealed in the DNS requests. 

Best Content Streaming (US Netflix, Hulu)

Not only do users expect to be shielded from prying eyes with the use of a VPN, they also look to it for geo-unblocking services. ExpressVPN certainly leads this round of the race as smooth content streaming is one of their strengths.

  1. Streaming is blazing fast. Speeds could go up to 25,000 kbps depending on the quality of the video you are streaming.
  2. No throttling. Prevents ISPs from slowing your stream with bandwidth throttling. When your traffic is encrypted in the tunnel, third-parties will have no clue what you’re doing.
  3. Geo-Locked Contents Get Unlocked. Some contents are geo-restricted. ExpressVPN has a total of 148 VPN server locations in 94 countries, so you can connect to a server of choice and access content from all around the world. 


They say ‘what you pay is what you get.’ Branded as a premium VPN, ExpressVPN offers incredibly reliable services for a range of devices for just a slightly higher-than-averge price. It is compatible with routers, Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, and even Linux, an operating system that VPN app developers rarely cover.

With an ExpressVPN subscription, you’ll also get the browser extension for free. ExpressVPN is now offering 49% off an annual subscription, so this might be a good time to invest in your online security and privacy.

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  1. Enter your comment...thats really interesting

  2. I like chrome but too much eating data

  3. These browsers extensions, do they have VPN inbuilt?

    I sell premium express VPN keys tho

    1. They are browser's VPN. That's why they are called extension.

  4. I really love Chrome for my mobile use and i prefer FireFox for my PC.
    Thanks so much for this great post

  5. Mozilla Firefox has been my best browser , to now include express VPN in it as an extension, it would make it to be superb