Hide your real email address to help protect your identity
Firefox Relay makes it easy to create aliases, randomly generated email addresses that forward to your real inbox. Use it to protect your online accounts - and your identity - from hackers. Sign in with your Firefox account to get started.
About this extension
Note: Firefox Relay is an invite-only beta. Join the waitlist at relay.firefox.com.
We all make many online accounts, but most of them are linked to just one or two email addresses. This means if just one account is hacked, every account using the same email address is also at risk.
Firefox Relay is an experimental service that helps you protect your real email address - the one most closely tied to your online identity. It lets you generate unique, random aliases you can use to sign up for accounts, apps, or newsletters, and forwards messages to your real address. If you find that an account is sending unwanted email or spam, you can block the alias and it will stop sending email to your inbox. Once you no longer want an account, you can delete the alias.
Install the extension
Download the Relay extension for Firefox. Select the icon that appears on your Firefox toolbar to access the sign in page. Sign in with your Firefox account to get started.
Create a new alias
As you browse, the Relay icon will appear in form fields where sites ask for your email address. Select it to generate a new, random address that ends in @relay.firefox.com. Relay will forward messages to the primary email address associated with your account.
Manage your account
Sign in to the Relay website to keep track of the aliases you’ve created. If you find that one receives spam or unwanted messages, you can block all messages or even delete the alias, right from the management page.