If your security provider is working on high-level government contracts, then they might have shared their code with a national security agency. Others have enjoyed cash and prizes for allowing spying agencies to sneak in a backdoor, or by whitelisting spy malware, or at least weakening an algorithm.
You may know that government agencies like to pay security companies for inserting backdoor in their software, that could make it easier for hackers too. AVAST never has and never will. Our founders fundamentally object to any government interloping. We find and eliminate surveillance malware – and any malware – regardless of its source.
Simply adding avast! business security solutions makes it more difficult and expensive for secret agents or hackers and crooks to spy on your private data, regardless of whether you’re a small office or a growing business.
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Even though you may not be able to employ an IT team, you still need easily manageable computer security that fully protects your business and customer data. Make it hard on spies without going over budget.
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When you manage IT for a business, you have to protect PCs and servers. So you need an administration console for managing your business security remotely. With Avast, you can scale your anti-spying protection up to 30,000 easily.
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When your company is growing, you need to protect the desk, the road warrior, and your servers. Fortunately our award-winning security for your file and mail servers, shield and secure your company’s data from spying eyes.
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1. On 8 April 2014, Microsoft stops support for Internet Explorer browsers running on Windows XP. This will put your computer and data, such as credit card and online banking details, at greater risk to hackers and malware.
2. Several browser alternatives exist, but we at AVAST use and recommend Chrome, as we find it to be the most-secure option available.