Webcams are an interesting thing in these days of uncertainty. On one hand, they're a vital tool for keeping in touch with friends, family and co-workers. On the other hand, they can be compromised and even used against you.
Avast has just released our new Webcam Shield, part of our next-gen cybersecurity suite, which allows our Premier users to have total control over their webcam. You decide which applications can have access to the webcam and also get notifications if an app or other process is trying to take control. You can even completely "nuke" the webcam by completely disabling the Windows driver -- which is easily reversible in just a click.
For more information on Webcam Shield, see the official Avast blog:
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