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The avast secure browser review a browser that puts the highest importance on privacy and security with features like Bank Mode and anti-tracking technology. It has an integrated VPN, which lets you stay secure and access the internet quickly. It is based on Chromium which means that it is similar to Chrome and also supports Chrome extensions as well as its own security-focused extensions.

Avast Secure Browser includes a variety of security and privacy extension that are pre-installed. They include an adblocker as well as an antiphishing extension, an extension that helps with anti-tracking and fingerprint concealment, HTTPS encryption, extension guard, a password manager and even the ability to double-check credentials on websites such as HaveIBeenPwned. All these extensions are accessible within the browser’s Security & Privacy Center. You can also customize each extension to suit your preferences.

The ad blocker’s capabilities are quite robust and the mode of strict blocking can be used to keep most ads out of view. It also has the ability to block flash data files, which can make pages load faster. The browser also can detect websites that are phishing www.connectsecure.info/best-secure-browsers/ and warn users of scams that could be on the horizon however, this feature is less robust than Google’s Scam Alert feature.

The browser claims to be “track proof,” but this is an elaborate way of saying it utilizes the Do Not Track standard, which isn’t as robust as it should be. The anti fingerprinting capabilities of the browser are also limited, and only scrambles a small portion of the user agent string.

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