Many websites track and analyze your online activity to create a profile of you even if you’re just browsing. But you don’t have to let companies spy on you by using avast’s antitrack premium, which will help you cover your digital fingerprint and block cookies that track you.

Avast’s anti-tracking technology uses a number of glasses to stop trackers. It is able to detect the fingerprint of your computer in relation to its hardware (screen resolution, ram, and cpu) as well as the software (OS browsers, browsers and plugins) and other elements such as your time zone. Based on this information it can determine and block the tracking cookies on specific websites. It also allows you to encrypt DNS between your Avast protected device and the site you’re on. This helps prevent hackers from stealing login information and redirecting you to a fake website.

In addition to preventing tracking, the program can also wipe your data from your devices regularly. It is also able to identify and block adware, ransomware, malware, and other threats. It can also spot weaknesses in software, like unsafe passwords and settings, suspicious add-ons and out-of-date applications. And it can automatically send suspect files to the cloud for analysis, which triggers the cure for all Avast users if it identifies a threat.

Avast offers a free antivirus with a 30-day money-back promise However, its paid-for versions are more comprehensive. Plans for business users provide greater flexibility and include 999 devices. The subscription plan offered by the company to home users, for instance, includes a VPN service and other security features at a reasonable price.

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