In today's security conscious world, it makes good sense to use a VPN while online. VPNs can mask your identity, protect your privacy, and let you access to favorite web content no matter where you are.
Avast Secureline VPN can work on up to five devices and has no bandwidth limits. The app offers two protocols, IPSec and OpenVPN on UDP with AES 256-bit encryption. This kind of encryption is military-grade and is widely considered by many to be ‘brute-force proof’ This encryption strength is used by numerous government agencies and security professionals globally. Along with AES 256-bit encryption Avast SecureLine also offers DNS leak protection as well.
A great feature, worthy of noting, is Avast SecureLine's kill switch. This is a great feature for protecting your privacy if your connection is ever lost. A kill switch really is a critical safeguard because if Avast SecureLine detects your network connection will terminate, the app automatically kills your current session as well. This is yet another way that Avast helps to keep your data private and away from any prying eyes.
- AES-256 encryption
- DNS leak protection
- Torrent Support.
- No Logs.
- Customer Support.
Avast Secureline VPN also has a client for the Mac platform. Mobile users shouldn’t be disappointed either, with apps for Android and iOS available via the Google Play and Apple App Store, respectively.
Overall, Avast Secureline VPN is a well built, solid VPN client. Its clean, minimalist interface makes it easy to use and simple to operate. It’s worth however, that Avast Secureline VPN doesn't have router support and it does not work with Netflix.
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