How to Add a Trusted Site to Avast
By John Jackman
Avast is an antivirus software that can be downloaded online. It works in conjunction with your Internet server to protect your computer. No option exists to add trusted sites in Firefox, Chrome or Safari, but it can be a useful practice in Internet Explorer. By adding trusted sites to Internet Explorer, Avast automatically recognizes these scripts and allows them to run on your computer without being flagged up.
Open the "Start" menu. Click on "Control Panel," choose "Network and Internet" and select "Internet Options" on the subsequent menus.
Select the "Security" tab. Click on the "Trusted sites" icon and then press the button labeled "Sites."
Type the URL of the website you want to add in the text box provided. Uncheck the box at the bottom labeled "Require server verification." Press "OK." This site is now recognized as safe by Internet Explorer and, consequently, Avast.
John Jackman has been freelance writing since 2009. His work has been published in the globally distributed magazine "Media & Marketing" and on several industry-leading websites, including Cream, Brand-E and EMMA. Jackman studied English literature and drama at Brunel University in London.