Avast AntiTrack Premium (1 PC, 2 Years, Global)
Delivery: Your Product Code will be sent to your e-mail after your purchase.
License Key: Official software product code.
Software Download: Direct link to download and redeem from the official manufacturers’ website.
Devices: 1 PC.
Duration: 2 Years.
Avast AntiTrack Premium
Strengthen your privacy by disguising your online identity and stopping advertisers from tracking your online activities.
Free yourself from online trackers:
- Block trackers from collecting and sharing your data by disguising your online identity and activity.
- Hide your online fingerprint to avoid targeted ads and price manipulation.
- Browse faster, privately, and without disruptions on all your browsers – Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera.
You’re being tracked every day:
75% AMOUNT OF ALL WEBSITES TRACKING YOU.
1,000+ NUMBER OF TRACKERS HIDDEN IN TOP SITES.
3,000 PIECES OF INFO SOME COMPANIES HAVE ON YOU.
99% ACCURACY OF CONSUMER TRACKING TECHNOLOGY.
Stop invasive online tracking
Websites collect information on you to build a unique online profile that advertisers can identify you by. Our anti-tracking software warns you when snoopers try to follow you and stops them.
What advertisers know
Your online habits, along with your device and browser settings make up your unique digital fingerprint, allowing advertisers to identify you from a crowd of visitors, spam you with targeted advertising, or even use price discrimination to display jacked up prices for everything you’ve been researching, from plane tickets to healthcare or insurance plans.
What your family sees
Did you research something online? Your family can easily see your browsing and search history and they can appear on your browser at the most inconvenient time — embarrassing ads for products you’ve already purchased or just searched for can stick around for your entire family to see.
What data miners do
The more you browse, the more you give away. Your bank, healthcare provider, even your favorite online shop use data mining to collect and store massive amounts of info on you. All it takes is one data breach to lose it all. You never know who’s going to get their hands on your digital profile, or what they’ll do with it.
Take back your privacy
Your browser knows more about you than your mother, spouse, boss, even your doctor. And it’s exposing everything to advertisers, data miners, or anyone who sits down at your computer.
- Know when you’re being tracked
When advertisers track your online activity, we automatically expose and block them.
- Keep your true identity private
When you’re browsing, we disguise your online behavior so that no one can tell it’s you.
- Stop targeted advertising
When you’re shopping online, we hide your purchases so you don’t see the same ads.
- Keep your operating system private
Stop third parties from seeing, tracking, and collecting information about your Windows® 10 PC.
Why incognito mode, VPNs, and ad-blockers aren’t enough
Anti-tracking apps, ad-blockers, VPN, and incognito mode are all pieces in the great online privacy puzzle. But when used on their own and not all together, they just aren’t as effective as they could be. Here’s why:
VPNs don’t stop tracking
On its own, VPN is like Superman: he takes off his glasses and puts on tights, but come on! We can still tell he’s Clark Kent.
A VPN will encrypt your connection, protect you on public Wi-Fi, and disguise your location, but advertisers can still track you and identify you based on your device and browser settings.
Ad-blockers break sites
Like doctors who treat your symptoms, but not the cause of your disease, ad-blockers hide targeted ads, but they don’t remove trackers.
Unlike anti-tracking software, ad-blockers affect the way websites look and work, and they need to be updated to keep up with the constant wave of new ads.
Incognito mode isn’t incognito
If the thought of your spouse finding out what you’ve been doing online keeps you up at night, use Incognito Mode.
Incognito Mode prevents cookies, visited websites, and autocomplete fields from being saved, but your IP address is still visible and your ISP can log your traffic, so it’s not completely anonymous.
Take a look inside
See how our anti-tracking software keeps advertisers and privacy invaders off your back.
- Stop online tracking
Instantly block tracking attempts and expose who’s trying to gather information on you.
- Check your privacy status
Get an overview of your privacy status and the tracking attempts we’ve prevented.
- Disguise your online profile
Mask your digital fingerprint to prevent advertisers from knowing who you are.
- Browse without disruptions
Stay private without breaking webpages or triggering annoying alerts.
- Hide your browsing history
Automatically clear your history, cookies, and other browser data.
- Secure your favorite browser
Use it on your favorite browser — Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Internet Explorer, and Opera.
Windows 10 and Windows 11 compatible.
PC with Windows 11, 10, 8.1, 8 or 7 (both the 32- and 64-bit versions, excluding Mixed Reality, Mobile, IoT, Starter and RT editions), 1 GB RAM and 2 GB of hard disk space. Supported browsers: Edge, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera
Mac running macOS 10.11 (El Capitan) or later. Supported browsers: Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera
Android phone or tablet running operating system Google Android 5.0 (Lollipop, API 21) – Android 10 (API 29)
What is Avast AntiTrack?
Avast AntiTrack Premium is a tool that stops different types of web tracking to give you enhanced online anonymity.
There are many different kinds of online tracking: for example, when advertisers use browser cookies to track users across websites, it’s known as ad tracking. It’s also possible for websites and advertisers to track your behavior across the web, so they can build a profile of who you are and what your online habits are. This is known as digital fingerprinting.
Avast AntiTrack Premium puts a stop to these invasive forms of online tracking by disguising your “digital fingerprint”, or the unique details that advertisers use to identify who you are. It also finds and removes tracking cookies, so no one can follow your online searches.
Why you should use anti-tracking software?
Online privacy is more important than ever. Around 75% of all websites you visit track you and your online activities, and third-party companies, like data brokers, can collect and sell your data, including sensitive, personal information.
Good anti-tracking software, like Avast AntiTrack, disguises your online identity, stops advertisers and data collectors from tracking you, and gives you essential privacy protection when you’re browsing or working online.
What makes Avast AntiTrack one of the best anti-track tools?
Avast AntiTrack Premium is one of the best at what it offers: a unique privacy-enhancing experience that ensures your online anonymity in a way that a VPN, private browsers, and private search engines can’t.
Our anti-tracking software stops the invisible and invasive tricks and tools used by advertising and data aggregation companies that can follow you independently of your browser settings or IP address. When you browse, AntiTrack will warn you when software is trying to collect information about you and will let you block the tracking software in question. Plus, Avast AntiTrack Premium disguises the unique settings and specs that allow trackers to identify who you are, something that private browsers or search engines can’t do.
Is Avast AntiTrack a VPN?
While both Avast AntiTrack Premium and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are privacy tools, Avast AntiTrack Premium is very different from a VPN.
A VPN encrypts your connection and hides your IP address, which disguises your real-world location and prevents hackers or your ISP from seeing what you do online. Conversely, Avast AntiTrack Premium stops tracking attempts and disguises your hardware details to prevent advertisers from knowing who you are and following your online browsing. While we do highly recommend using trusted VPN software in conjunction with Avast AntiTrack Premium, the two are very different things.
Who is tracking me online?
All kinds of companies are partaking in online tracking and data collection. After all, buying and selling personal data is big business these days.
For example, advertising companies want to participate in web tracking so they know what you want to buy, and how much you can afford to spend. Companies may be buying and selling your personal data online as well, offering your details to insurance companies, online retailers, or boutiques connected to your favorite hobbies and pastimes. And of course, the big tech giants want to know how you use their hardware, which is why even your operating system could be tracking and sharing what you do on your device.
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