Effective Method to Disable an Avast Firewall

Avast antivirus is one of the best security measures against online threats. It is developed with high-end solutions and quality components. Avast Internet Security uses a firewall to monitor or manage incoming and outgoing traffic. However, it detects false application and prevents them from retrieving the internet. In order to run these applications normally, you need to disable the Avast firewall or try to add the applications as exceptions to the Avast firewall. Besides this, you can also contact experts to take help for the solution by giving a call on Avast Service Number.

Effective Method to Disable an Avast Firewall

Try to follow the steps mentioned below to have disabled and Avast firewall-


Disable Avast Firewall

  • Launch Avast Internet Security and click “Settings”
  • Click “ON” and then select an option from the drop-down menu Under Active Protection


Add Firewall Exceptions

  •  Here launch Avast Internet Security, click Tools, and then click “Firewall”
  •  Further, click “Application Rules”
  • Here you need to enter a name for the group, and then press “Enter”
  • Click New Application Rule, and then select the newly created group
  •  Here you need to browse to the location of an application and then select the application's main executable file
  •  After the above process click “Open”
  •  The application appears under the selected group. Further, click and drag your cursor over the five orange bars until the status changes to “All Connections”
  •  At the end, simply click “Close” to save the changes

The above-stated steps would help you to disable Avast firewall. In case you encounter any difficulty with the process, feel free to contact our support service at Avast Antivirus Tech Support Number (1-800-439-2178). Here you will have support over a call under the eye of certified engineers and technicians who strive to deliver high-quality support to the customer.

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