Safe and Private Mobile Browsing with avast! SecureLine VPN
Article by George Norman
On 04 Feb 2014
As I’ve previously reported, you can enjoy an anonymous, safe, and private browsing experience by using avast! SecureLine VPN on your Windows-powered machine. The security tool protects against snooping, eavesdropping, logging, and content blocking.

The news is that you can also enjoy a safe and private browsing experience on your mobile. avast! SecureLine VPN is also available for iOS and Android. Get it and use it to protect your iPhone or Android smartphone from cybercriminal surveillance.

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If you have a Windows-powered machine, you can use avast! SecureLine VPN to enjoy a safe, private, and anonymous web browsing experience. The application secures public WiFi communications so the bad guys can’t snoop on your data. The application also secures Skype or Viber voice and video communications so the bad guys can’t eavesdrop on you. Furthermore, the application masks your real IP address, thus letting you surf the web anonymously.

avast! SecureLine VPN – Main Features
  • Public WiFi communications are encrypted.
  • Login details for personal accounts are secured.
  • Anonymously browse the web.
  • Privately download or upload files.
  • Keep VoIP calls private.
  • Prevent search engines from logging your searches.
  • Access content that is blocked to certain geographical regions.

“Unfortunately hacking isn’t a complicated process – there are tools available online that anyone can easily use to steal personal data,” says Ondrej Vlček, Chief Technology Officer at AVAST. “We created avast! SecureLine VPN to allow users to browse the web anonymously and safely, especially while using open WiFi.”

The news is that you can enjoy a safe and private browsing experience on your mobile as well. AVAST Software rolled out avast! SecureLine VPN for Android and updated avast! SecureLine VPN for iOS. This means that you can now secure your PC, smartphone, or tablet with the same solution: avast! SecureLine VPN.

“Hackers target public hotspots, where it’s easy to follow every move that users of the WiFi connection make, allowing them to access emails, passwords, documents, and browsing behavior,” said Vincent Steckler, Chief Executive Officer of AVAST Software. “Open WiFi is not going away – we just need to make sure there’s a more secure way to connect, which is why we offer avast! SecureLine VPN for PCs, iPads, iPhones and Android devices.”
  • Learn more about avast! SecureLine VPN here.
  • Get avast! SecureLine VPN for iOS from the App Store.
  • Get avast! SecureLine VPN for Android from the Play Store.




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