A much bigger issue with Avast's VPN is their allegiance to the third parties who pay them to look at your data. PC Mag
discovered that Avast was monitoring all of its users' browsing habits and selling that data to the highest bidders.
While Avast claims they no longer sell this data, this behavior is totally unacceptable from a VPN provider. Using a VPN that monitors its users like this makes browsing less private, not more. You'd be better using no VPN at all.
Avast SecureLine VPN is basically spyware that you pay to use.
When it comes to Avast's VPN, we recommend you uninstall it and cancel your subscription. We will make doing both of those tasks very simple, regardless of what hardware you are using.