Summary: Norton 360 Version 6.0 gives you all the same protective features as Norton Internet Security 2012, with a friendlier face. You also get flexible backup, including 2GB of online storage. Tuneup features are also useful, especially the diagnostic report.
Pros: Remote Management. Self-healing. Very good antivirus. Intelligent firewall. Accurate antispam. Excellent antiphishing. Password management and form-filling now portable, Web-accessible. 2GB online backup; local backup too. Useful tuneup features.
Cons: Premier parental control features cost extra.
Summary: Verdict: The latest version of Norton 360 offer strong security features and equally useful PC tune up functionality. Thanks to its intuitive interface it’s easy-to-use regardless of your skill level.
Pros: Quick to install, inviting and intuitive interface, doesn’t negatively impact system performance when running, useful disk and PC maintenance utilities, comprehensive firewall.
Cons: Updates can be quite large, still among the more expensive security suites on the market.
Summary: Norton 360 2.0's basic specification is unchanged: it offers comprehensive protection against spyware and virus malware, data loss, identity loss and phishing, thus covering most if not all current security risks.
Excerpt: Forgive me Father for I have sinned. It’s been too long since my last confession… over a year in fact, but there’s something that I just have to get off my chest. Last summer, I committed a truly heinous act: I reviewed a security product from Norton and I enjoyed it. “Nonsense!
Excerpt: Back in the day, when I previously used the Norton Anti-Virus suite for my home computer, it gave me the hump. There were a few reasons I got narked with it, the main one being that the hit on system performance was pretty high for an AV suite, and for a chap who liked to play the odd online FPS, it...