Anonymous, Safe, and Private Browsing with avast! SecureLine VPN
Article by George Norman
On 31 Jul 2013
Update February 4, 2014 - You can also use avast! SecureLine VPN on your mobile: iPhone or Android.

Especially when traveling abroad you should secure the public WiFi you’re using and hide your data from hackers and thieves. This is but one of the reasons why you should use avast! SecureLine VPN.

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Using a VPN (Virtual Private Network) is advisable if you want to surf the web anonymously, if you want to surf the web securely by encrypting your internet communications, and if you want to surf parts of the web that were restricted for your geographical region (avoid messages like “this video is not available in your region). All these advantages and more are offered by with avast! SecureLine VPN, an add-on available for free and paid versions of avast! Antivirus products.

There are several reasons why you would want to use avast! SecureLine VPN. Here’s a quick look at the main ones:
  • No snooping – since your public WiFi communications are encrypted, thieves, hackers and other bad guys cannot snoop on your data. This is particularly nice when you share or transfer files online. You have complete privacy when downloading or uploading files.
  • No eavesdropping – since your Skype or Viber voice and video communications are secured and encrypted, the bad guys cannot eavesdrop on your conversations.
  • No logging – search engines log your searches; they attach your search history to your IP address. avast! SecureLine VPN masks your real IP address, thwarting them from logging your searches.
  • No blocking – some sites may block access to their content just because you’re from a certain geographical area. avast! SecureLine VPN masks your IP so these sites can’t tell where you’re from. You’re thus free to access their content.

“Whether on business travel or vacation, you don’t want to worry about the security of your devices when you connect to the internet. Using a WiFi network in a café, airport, or hotel is a serious security risk that requires additional protection to secure your data and computer,” said Deborah Salmi, Marketing Manager at AVAST Software.

“If you travel a lot, you can buy a full year’s license for avast! SecureLine VPN or if you are only going for a few week’s vacation, use it for only a month. Either way, protect your privacy and the security of your data with avast! SecureLine VPN,” she added.

Additional information on avast! SecureLine VPN is available here.




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