Protect your data and your privacy with a personal, secure VPN that hides your online activity so you can bank,shop,or simply browse,confident that no one is stealing your precious data.
-Hide your activity
Anyone with a little know-how can see what you do when you browse, and collect data on you. Avast SecureLine hides your online presence, so no one except you can see where you go, or what you do.
-Work from anywhere
At the cafe, or a friends house? Public or private, trusted or not, you can make any connection a safe one with SecureLine
-Set it up once, get privacy forever
Avast SecureLine can be activated with a single click, allowing you to go private at a moment’s notice.
Access geo-locked content anywhere in the world so you can stream your favorite shows and movies no matter where you visit.
Try a FREE trial of Avast SecureLine now.
Then, upgrade to the full version for $38.99 a year, or 7.99 a month. Your subscription will automatically be renewed unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of your current subscription. Auto-renew may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. However, you are not able to cancel the current subscription during its active period.
Carefree, private browsing is only a few short clicks away.
Terms and Conditions info at https://www.avast.com/eula
General bug fixes and optimizations to keep your VPN running smoothly.
Ratings and Reviews
New Update Poor
I just updated my vpn on both my mac and iPhone and now won’t connect. Before the updates it would connect with no problems.
Possible Phishing App. Unclear if it works, Tech support BAD!
I downloaded the App after a friend said it protects you when you are on a publick Wifi and after calling Tech Support to inquire about a pop up that I would get asking for access to my Keychain every time I connected; I was told by the rep that they did not support Macs. After insisting that the Apple Store and Avast’s website say otherwise she asked me to generate a ticket online. I followed the steps and asked questions but could not get an immediate answer. I was asked to use the app to create a “support package” which was generated as a zip file from the app I decided to call Apple. I could not get a refund and still don’t know if it was working but WORSE than that I don’t know if the App was safe or if it got access to any of the info in my Keychain.
I don’t understand why any app would need access to the Keychain on my Mac. Anyone?
Developer Response ,
VPN establishes an encrypted connection between your client and Avast gateway and routes all your internet traffic through this connection. The encryption is based on a pre-shared key stored by the application to the login keychain. When the Apple's Network extension framework is asked to setup the network configuration, it needs an access to be granted to this keychain item. Therefore the framework displays an alert 'neagent wants to access key "com.avast.osx.secureline" in your keychain'. You can grant the access one-time or permanently.
Keychains work on the macOS the way that any application has access only to items it has created before. If it wants access to any other item, it needs to ask for its access individually. You don’t need to be afraid of a misusage.
Regarding the technical support, it is a long term issue we are aware of and it will need to be addressed by the company.
I wouldn’t recommend Avast. Yes it is easy to set up and use but god forbid you need any customer support. I wanted to upgrade my plan and add a mobile license but there getting my account info was a pain. I tried calling customer support (twice) and attempted to navigate their site for an hour and had zero resolution. They hang a sign that say customer support but honestly it’s just for show. I canceled my subscription and wouldn’t recommend them to anyone because when problems occur there’s no help to be held.
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- 11.4 MB
macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor
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- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.