1-877-523-3678 Top 7 tips when traveling with your computer

The AVAST forum is one of our largest and most active communities, with more than 300,000 users. The most active people on the forum are called Evangelists. They spend quite a lot of their free time helping and solving issues for our users, not only related to AVAST, but also with overall security. We asked them to share their top tips for keeping your computer and other devices safe from cyber crime while traveling. Let’s go!

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1. Use your own devices (mobile phone, laptop, tablet) to go online rather than a public library’s or café’s computers. Some of the new smartphones allow password tethering. Always enable the SSL connection in your online accounts when offered, for example by Facebook, Twitter, and Google. You can enable it in many other sites using special add-ons which encrypt your communications when using Firefox or Chrome.

2. Connect to a VPN when traveling for business to get a secure, encrypted, and anonymous connection. Avoid free VPN due to ads and adwares like mentioned in our previous blog article. AVAST users can subscribe to avast! Secure Line through both free and paid-for versions of avast! Antivirus. If you’re not a continuous traveler, you can go for a single month license.

If you are facing technical problem to run avast antivirus setup then contact our technical professional they will help you to resolve your issue just you have to contact our avast toll free number for how to run avast from usb.

Learn more about VPN and avast! Secure Line, here.

Reference by :- https://blog.avast.com/2013/07/19/traveling-computer-security-tips/

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