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easy pass
« on: May 14, 2013, 08:05:59 PM »
Last week my free avast antivirus expired and I purchased easy pass and passwords protection
Today I had a message to say that my laptop no longer had antivirus protection.
I thought easy pass took care of everything or have I been conned?

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Re: easy pass
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2013, 10:37:35 PM »
Hi BRKHon and welcome to the Avast Forums!

     Be are not being conned.  To clarify...Avast Free Antivirus is the free version of Avast's Antivirus program.  The Avast EasyPass software is a yearly-based, paid subscription which provides you with the ability to securely save the various usernames and passwords you use to access the websites you visit, along with a number of other functions. 

The Avast EasyPass program does not function as an antivirus application.

EasyPass can be set up to automatically just fill-in the username and password fields on a site you are visiting, or you can also set it to automatically fill-in the username/password fields and then log you in.

With the Avast Free Antivirus program, (the last time I checked)...when your yearly registration is about to expire, you generally have to re-register if you would like to continue using the free program. 

(Some of our other knowledgeable forum members may be able to further clarify this information).

Hope this provides a little better enlightenment for you!

Best regards,

Pete C.


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Re: easy pass
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2013, 07:55:40 PM »
Hi PeteC,
Thanks for the response
Since posting I have re registered for the free antivirus