Avast SecureLine VPN Review

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By Aliza Vigderman Aliza Vigderman, Senior Editor, Industry Analyst & Gabe Turner Gabe Turner, Chief Editor
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Editors Rating:
7.9 /10

What We Like

What We Don't Like

  • Limited Server Count and Locations: While SecureLine offers server locations in 35 countries, their server count only totals about 700, which pales in comparison to some of their competitors.
  • Limited-to-No Netflix Capability: Though Netflix has been cracking down on VPN usage1 across the board, services like SecureLine, a.k.a VPNs with a more limited server footprint, have been hardest hit, so we couldn’t Netflix and Chill with Avast.
  • Inflexible Subscription Plans: SecureLine offers annual, two-year, and three-year pricing, which we found to be inconvenient for users that prefer month-to-month contracts. Read more about Avast VPN’s pricing.

Bottom Line

Even though it has a small footprint, Avast’s VPN does more than enough to keep your privacy protected. It doesn’t have the features some of the bigger names like Nord or Express have, but if you’re already an Avast customer, it’s a great addition to your security suite.
  1. Independent. (2016). Netflix responds to the VPN ban backlash: ‘It's really inconsequential to us'.

  2. Statista. (2020). Market share held by the leading Windows anti-malware application vendors worldwide, as of April 2020.

  3. Reuters. (2019). Avast target of cyber-security attack, company and Czech counterintelligence say.

  4. Vice. (2020). Leaked Documents Expose the Secretive Market for Your Web Browsing Data.