New avast! Account with Facebook Security is here. Join Beta testing
Security and privacy on Social Media is a big topic at AVAST. While our antivirus products protect your various devices from malware infection spread on social channels, your privacy is still exposed to the public.
It's been a while, since we acquired Secure. me and it's a superb product. Our team worked hard to integrate the privacy solution into our security portfolio. Now we are proud to introduce the result: Beta version of the avast! Facebook Security.
We are very excited to hear your feedback on the product. Experienced users are most welcome to participate in the Beta Testing. We await your feedback on the product features, user interface, bug reporting, your general experience, as well as your suggestions for the final name of the product. Moreover avast! Facebook Security is a part of the new avast! Account look and your feedback on it is more than appreciated.
How to participate in beta testing?
1. Log in our new version of the AVAST account.
2. Connect avast! Facebook Security to your Facebook profile by accepting the app.
3. Start testing :)
What should you pay attention to?
How can you leave us your feedback?
1. Here, on our blog, as a comment to this post.
2. On the avast! Facebook page, below this post.
Thank you for participating in our beta testing. We will collect your comments and suggestions to improve our product and provide you with a better solution, once the final version is ready. Please follow our blog and social media for an update on the testing results and availability of the product.
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