Avast’s new web browser turns on all privacy settings by default
Avast — the Czech-based digital security company that made a name for itself offering “free” antivirus software in the 2000s — has a new version of its Chromium-based web browser, called Avast Secure Browser, which it claims is faster and more secure than its competitors.
The browser offers a laundry list of features intended to beef up security, including HTTPS encryption, an extension guard, a built-in password manager, a special mode for banking, and anti-phishing features.
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Additionally, all the privacy features are turned on by default, so you don’t need to download any extra software or set anything up. Read more…More about Browser, Browsers, Avast, Chromium, and Tech
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