Norton Security (For 5 Devices) [Download]

August 3, 2015 - Comment

The new Norton Security simply gives you the best of Norton for the many ways you connect with your PCs, Macs, smartphones and tablets. Get comprehensive protection that’s specialized to secure your favorite devices. Stay safe wherever you go with proactive web protection, mobile device location, advanced privacy technology and more. It’s one solution for

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The new Norton Security simply gives you the best of Norton for the many ways you connect with your PCs, Macs, smartphones and tablets. Get comprehensive protection that’s specialized to secure your favorite devices. Stay safe wherever you go with proactive web protection, mobile device location, advanced privacy technology and more. It’s one solution for the different ways you connect.

Product Features

  • One service to protect up to five of your devices
  • Lets you add more protection as you get more devices
  • Maintains your privacy, no matter what device is being used
  • Allows you to move protection from one device to another
  • Easily locates lost or stolen smartphones and tablets
  • One service to protect your devices
  • Lets you add more protection as you get more devices
  • Maintains your privacy, no matter what device is being used
  • Allows you to move protection from one device to another
  • Easily locates lost or stolen smartphones and tablets
  • Norton Security will protect up to 5 devices with one key

Comments

Stephanie Sullivan says:

Next Gen Norton, CATCHES Malware, BREAKS VirtualBox, LAME IOS App Norton Security is the latest incarnation or replacement for Norton 360. Norton has revamped their retail security lineup with the home line simplified to pretty much Norton Security with or without backup. 

disilluzion says:

Advanced Program Control is broken!!! I’ve been using Norton for many years, and just “upgraded” NIS 2014 to this version. One of my need to haves is to manually allow or deny internet access to programs. In this latest version, I can still disable Automatic Program Control. However, a new “feature” they added is that if I don’t choose to allow or deny in 60 seconds or less, they will automatically choose the default option for me. So if I’m away from my computer and miss the notification, I won’t even know that a program tried to access the internet. This, of course, renders manual program control useless.Norton says they will take my feedback into consideration regarding this new feature, but I’m not holding my breath.If you don’t mind having Norton decide what can and cannot access the internet, then this review is not meant for you. For those that prefer complete control over their firewall, you have been warned.

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