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It's definitely possible to use AVG on a server where your website is hosted.
As for your specific situation, using AVG on your server could help provide an extra layer of security when sending requests to another domain for tracking purposes. However, it's important to note that there may be other steps you need to take to fully protect your data and ensure the security of your website.
Using a reliable antivirus software like AVG can help ensure the security of your website and protect it from potential threats, especially when sending requests to other domains for tracking purposes. In fact, we've used AVG to help protect our own website and can attest to its effectiveness.
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We are really sorry to know this. We'll certainly check and help you out.
Could you let us know whether the lost phone is Android?
Also, let us know whether you had earlier configured the Anti-Theft feature in the AVG antivirus application installed on your phone.
Your information will be much helpful.
Thank you and keep us updated.