These days VPN proxies have become very commonplace. All the security software suites come with one or other VPN services. Some of the web browsers also come with free and unlimited VPN services. While all of these require you to install VPN software on your computer, we can start using VPN in the Firefox web browser just by installing a browser extension called TorGuard VPN for Firefox.
TorGuard VPN is not free but it offers very affordable subscription plans. It does not even allow a trial version and you have to buy a subscription plan before you can register a user account. Once you have created a user account, you can use the credentials to login in the TorGuard VPN extension for Firefox.
Only after you have logged in to your TorGuard VPN account, you can choose a country and port for remote VPN proxy. There are many servers available worldwide. According to the TorGuard VPN website they offer more than 3000 servers located in more than 50 countries.
TorGuard VPN establishes an encrypted connection to the VPN server and the encryption used is very strong. All the data that you transfer using your web browser is secure and protected from all sorts of snooping. At the same time, it is going to hide your real IP address assigned to your computer by your ISP.
It uses a stealth service that can bypass the VPN blocks and DPI firewalls easily. In the settings provided by TorGuard VPN for Firefox, we can also enable HTML 5 GeoFake which can spoof your geological location by changing not only the IP address. There is a setting to always keep it on which ensures that there is no accidental disabling of the VPN which could expose your real IP address in the middle of accessing a website.
You can get the TorGuard VPN extension for Firefox from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/vpnetworks-proxy/.