Avast has released a new version of its secure browser Aspen, that aimed in strengthening user privacy and amplify the browsing speed.
Nowadays tracking of Internet users becomes more sophisticated, organizations use browser fingerprint to track everything you do online.
Browser fingerprint refers to the set of information collected by remote computing for identification purpose. The fingerprint includes plugins installed, user agent, Cookie settings, AdBlock presence, Time zone and more.
Avast said that it’s Anti-Fingerprinting feature in Aspen browser masks most of the user’s unique feature, renders your fingerprint generic and makes companies harder to track.
The secure browser also includes a webcam guard, which ensures none of the sites will access your webcam without your approval. It gives you control over how websites connect to your camera.
The hack check feature alerts you instantly if you used compromised credentials, also you can do a hack check by just entering the email address. You can also access the hack checker online.
It also contains privacy features like Anti-Tracking, Stealth Mode, and Adblock, additional security features like Bank Mode and Anti-Phishing.
We believe everyone deserves the right to retain control of their privacy, identity, and personal data. Plus, the internet is much more enjoyable when you know those things are safe, reads Avast blog post. You can download the Aspen from Avast download page.
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