Mozilla has recently announced a rebranding of its Firefox Account, now known as Mozilla Account. This change reflects the fact that the account can be used with other services within the Mozilla ecosystem, such as Pocket or Fakespot, a product authenticity verification service that Mozilla recently acquired.
It’s important to note that this modification only affects the brand name and has no impact on the account itself. Users can continue to log in and use their accounts as usual.
This rebranding follows a similar move made by Mozilla in 2020 when they changed the name of Firefox VPN to Mozilla VPN. Apart from the web browser, other services that still bear the Firefox name include Firefox Monitor, a tool for checking password and data breaches, and Firefox Relay, an email forwarding service that allows users to create disposable email addresses.
TLDR: Mozilla has rebranded its Firefox Account as Mozilla Account, allowing users to access a range of services provided by Mozilla. The name change has no effect on user accounts, and other services such as Firefox Monitor and Firefox Relay still retain the Firefox name.