Reviews and Problems with Norton Internet Security 2014
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Norton Internet Security (2014)
5 October 2013
Conclusion: All of the components in Norton Internet Security (2014) work well. The intelligent firewall and accurate antiphishing component especially stand out. Norton remains an Editors' Choice for security suites.
Pros: Excellent blocking of malicious and fraudulent websites. Links to Identity Safe password manager and Norton Family parental control. Network Map monitors other Norton installations. Startup manager. Powerful, intelligent firewall. Accurate spam filtering. Minor impact on system performance.
Cons: Some difficulty installing on malware-infested systems. Not compatible with some antivirus tests. Full-powered parental control requires separate purchase.
Summary: Symantec comes up with its latest internet security suite with top performance and some new features. Some of the past releases of Norton had an issue of putting a toll on the system. But this time around, Norton team has worked upon it to minimize this effect. Product installation is very simple. Dashboard has changed from last time but it is very similar to that of standalone antivirus suite.
Norton Internet Security 2014: Polished security suite with excellent protection
1 February 2014
Excerpt: Norton Internet Security 2014 ($80 for one year of protection on up to three PCs) looks great--and it offers excellent protection against all threats. Internet Security 2014 also provides mobile security, comprehensive parental controls, and system insights, so advanced users can track their PCs' performance. But Symantec's suite isn't perfect: Its menus, settings, and features are geared a little more toward advanced users than toward security newbies.