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Connect to a virtual private network to secure your privacy while navigating online by changing your IP address and your location
The majority, if not all the websites you visit bundle tracking components that log your online activity for various purposes. A virtual private network is the go-to type of application to protect your online identity and privacy.
A virtual private network can hide your real IP address by rerouting your Internet traffic. Additionally, it encrypts all the transmitted data to make sure it is not intercepted without your consent.
Provided by the well-known AVG security company, AVG Secure VPN promises to ensure military-grade encryption for the entire data traffic, even when connected to public and insecure public wireless networks.
An easy-to-use VPN app with a small number of settings
Using AVG Secure VPN is extremely intuitive, as expected. The application displays a design that might be familiar if you are using other AVG products. The main interface reveals the security status of your computer (protected or unprotected) and the currently detected location.
There are various locations you can choose from, as AVG Secure VPN comes with support for VPN servers from all around the world, on all continents.
The few settings that AVG Secure VPN has enable you to configure the application's behavior. As such, you can instruct it to automatically go private when the PC is connected to a Wi-Fi network with no password protection. Additionally, the application can show or hide notifications, and start with Windows.
A reliable AVG-signed VPN desktop client
The benefits of using a VPN application are obvious: the data traffic is encrypted, the Internet connection is private and, what's more, location-based restrictions imposed on some websites can be bypassed. In other words, you get uncensored and secure Internet access. However, please keep in mind that it is important to use AVG Secure VPN together with a reliable security solution to make sure threats don't reach your PC.