Mozilla is a renowned organization that has always prioritized user privacy and security. The increasing concerns around privacy online have made it more important than ever for users to have access to comprehensive tools that safeguard their data. This is where Mozilla Shield comes in.
Mozilla Shield is a proposed all-in-one solution that would bundle the various privacy and security services offered by Mozilla under one umbrella. It would combine the existing features like Firefox Relay and VPN while introducing a revamped password manager to offer a complete package for privacy-focused browsing.
I am already a paid subscriber of Firefox Relay and VPN, and I really enjoy the privacy and security features they provide. However, as someone who is concerned about their online privacy and security, I don't feel comfortable storing my passwords natively in the browser. Every day, I am bombarded by advertisements for services like Dashlane, LastPass, NordPass, Bitwarden and 1Password and this is why I would suggest Mozilla make an attempt to capitalize on this market. I am currently a 1Password user, and it works great, however storing, storing and managing accounts with masked emails can be a bit cumbersome.
If Mozilla decided to make "Shield" a product or implement these ideas, some features I would love to see that my current setup is missing is random username and pseudonym generation and individually lockable password vaults.
I feel like an all-in-one solution with paid and free versions could be a great revenue generator for the foundation.