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Avast Secure Browser Updates to Aspen

Avast Blog – 4.17.19 (4.16.19)

How often do you sit at your computer without a browser window open? If you’re like us, the answer is never. If we’re on our machines, there is always at least one window open to the wilds of the internet. That’s why we created Avast Secure Browser — we realized it would be a good idea to frontload that window to the internet with tools to protect your privacy, strengthen your security, and – because we just couldn’t help ourselves – amp up your speed.

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Avast Cleanup Premium End of Support for XP

Avast Blog – 4.12.19 (4.11.19)

Avast Cleanup Premium will no longer be updated on Windows XP. Here’s what it means for you.

In October 2001, Microsoft released one of the longest-running operating systems in history (as well as the now infamous “Bliss” wallpaper above) to the world: Windows XP. In April 2014, Microsoft stopped supporting its ancient OS, and today — five years later — we need to do the same.

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540M Facebook Records Exposed on Amazon Servers

Avast Blog – 4.8.19 (4.3.19)

Facebook strikes again. In the latest security gaffe by the social media giant, over half a billion Facebook records have been found sitting in plain sight by third parties using Amazon’s cloud services. None of the cloud servers were password protected. Has this scenario become too familiar?

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