Reviews and Problems with Symantec Norton Internet Security 2014
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Need to be better at catching malware, etc.xxx
Andrew B., Newegg
30 June 2014
Summary: I have no idea what to plan on using next. I've read reviews and I don't see a clear "winner" with the best anti-virus, firewall, malware, etc protection.
Pros: I've been using Norton Internet Security since 2003. I did try another product once for a year but went back to Norton again. I used to always recommend this to family and friends. It doesn't even catch obvious spam in Outlook anymore.
Cons: Now It doesn't seem to be anywhere near as reliable at detecting malware, viruses and trojans as my malware software. All it ever seems to find are "tracking cookies" and that's only if I haven't run my cookie cleaner when it does a quick scan.
Summary: I have been using NIS 1 user 3 licences on 2 windows 7 and 1 vista. Yes on 3 pc. My 2 Windows 7 are fine, but not my vista. Not sure the cause. I remember, it was fine on my vista for the first 20 days, but not smooth after, though Norton Internet Security is still updating and scanning with no...
Pros: If u want to skip your name, it would still work. Just provide your email address. One email address for all three pc
Cons: I haven't connected one of my pc's to the internet for 41 days. Then Norton said that my subscription expired, however, I know I still have over 300 days. So, u need to keep trying to overide that error.
Excerpt: 1) Packing was good; found original CD and packing as against advertised unknown language. 2) Package has printed instruction in Hindi - which is good. Means it will work for India too : ) 3) Works for Win 8 (32 & 64-bit), Win 7, Win XP - all good 4) Original CD which stated 30 day trial...
Excerpt: As described by the seller, it contained only the key and an installer cd, if required. Entered the key into the existing Norton suite and way to go, no hassle of installing again and my Norton Subscription was renewed right away.