Microsoft has confirmed the imminent arrival of the Secure Network VPN service within the Edge browser. The first mention of it was made last month. It is currently available for browser users via the Edge Insider Insider program, which can be found on the Canary channel.
Secure Network Tool doesn’t require additional software or extensions. This feature allows Edge users to connect to a secure Internet connection while working on public networks. Privacy issues are often a problem. Secure Network will mask your IP address, encrypt data, and transmit traffic over a secure network. Cloudflare joined Microsoft in this project.
Secure Network, unlike other VPN services, is not able to bypass regional restrictions by changing your IP address. To ensure that public networks are safe, the service automatically selects servers from the user’s area. The Secure Network is currently free, although Microsoft may monetize it. During testing, users were given 1GB traffic to use with an activated VPN service. This is not enough to stream video or play online games.