Avast VPN Review

Avast vpn review

Avast SecureLine comes from a well-known antivirus brand and comes with an easy-to-use user interface that is compatible with most major operating systems. Avast SecureLine also provides an option to call for assistance with customer service, a vast knowledge database with tons of articles and a forum. It’s not the best choice for a VPN since it keeps logs of connections and also has a limited server network.

This service is perfect for those who are not tech-savvy or for those who are trying a VPN for their first time. It is compatible with Windows, macOS and iOS and Android. It’s easy to install and offers a free seven-day trial without requiring credit card information. It also has a transparent policy that is easily accessible to aid you in understanding the process by which your data is captured.

Its price is a little too high, and its lack of features could be a turn-off for certain users. It doesn’t, for example connect to Netflix. In addition, it has the limited number of servers in the US. Switching to another provider could resolve this issue.

Avast’s headquarters lie in the Czech Republic. This country is not a part of any major international intelligence gathering organization. However, it’s been reported that they cooperate with the Five Eyes group to some degree. Some people may be cautious about this, particularly since the company used to have a program called Jumpshot which sold browsing history.


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