AVG ANTITRACK 1 PC 2 YEARS
Whenever you browse, companies use your “digital footprint” to follow your activities. We’ll stop tracking and give you some real privacy.
The truth about being followed online
70% of websites track their visitors
1,000+ unique companies make their money stalking your online activity
3,000 random bits of information about you exist online – without your knowledge
99% accuracy – which means these groups can always tell who you are
Trackers learn more about you with every click
The more you browse, the more info is added to your fingerprint, so it gets bigger – and more accurate. This makes it possible for websites to be 99% sure who you are, no matter if you’re logged in or not.
They know things like:
Web browsing history
...And lots, lots more
AVG AntiTrack gets advertisers off your back, with one simple app
We stop tracking in one click
Once we detect someone’s trying to follow you, we’ll warn you and block them instantly – or we’ll make some fake fingerprints to throw em’ off.
We trick advertisers with fake digital fingerprints
Advertisers can only build a portfolio by connecting the dots as you browse. So we make sure they connect the wrong dots.
Don’t pay more than you have to
Prices online can be jacked up if retailers think you’ll be willing to pay. So we make sure to keep them guessing about your shopping habits.
Don’t get caught red-handed
AVG AntiTrack also deletes tracking cookies and browsing history, so people on your side of the screen don’t know what you do online either.
What’s so bad about collecting my data?
Advertisers and shops charge you more
When advertisers and online retailers see all your info, they customize their offers to something they hope you’ll find more enticing. A unique shopping experience might not be so bad, except they also jack up prices if they think you’d be willing to pay it.
Data miners sell your personal info
Data is the new gold, and it’s a lot easier to dig up: people who collect yours sell it for big bucks without your consent. And if selling your privacy isn’t bad enough, they can also leak information you don’t want the world to know.
Spoilsports ruin your fun
Notice how when you shop for something, you see ads for it all over the place? That’s no accident. And thanks to those customizable ads, it doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes to figure out exactly what you do online.