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Norton Internet Security 2012, 3 Computers, 1 Year Subscription (PC)

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
465 customer reviews

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  • Parental Controls Management Protection
  • Free 24x7 support
  • Norton Pulse Updates
  • Email and Instant Message Monitoring
  • Smart Two-Way Firewall
  • Professional-Strength Spam Blocking
  • Network Mapping and Monitoring Recovery Tool
  • Silent Mode
  • Smart Scheduler
  • Monthly Report
  • Power Saver Settings
  • Norton System Insight
  • Norton File Insight
  • Bot Detection
  • Rootkit Detection
  • Antivirus
  • Antispyware
  • Norton Power Eraser

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System Requirements

  • Platform:   Windows 7 / Vista / XP
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B005INFE3M
  • Release Date: 19 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (465 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 326 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Norton Internet Security 2012: Your power against online threats.

 Quickly detect and eliminate online threats
Quickly detect and eliminate online threats.
Stop viruses, spyware, online identity theft, and more with the powerful protection of Norton Internet Security. With the ability to quickly detect and eliminate online threats, Norton Internet Security uses four unique layers of protection to prevent threats from ever reaching your computer, without slowing you down. Plus, it gives you easy access to Norton Online Family so you can protect your kids from online dangers. The result? Superior protection with fast scan speeds and low impact on your PC’s performance. So you can surf, shop, bank, and socialize online safely, without annoying slowdowns or interruptions.

How does it work?
  • Stops viruses, spyware, and online identity theft with powerful threat protection
  • Allows you to browse, shop, bank, and socialise online without worry
  • Lets you enjoy your favourite online activities safely, without annoying slowdowns or disruptions
  • Protects your kids when they go online with award-winning Norton Online Family
  • Gets your PC up and running fast with quick setup and easy-to-use features
Identity Safe securely stores your passwords
Identity Safe securely stores your address, logins, passwords and credit card numbers and can automatically fill forms at trusted Websites

What’s new and improved?
  • Norton Protection System—Provides industry-leading security with four unique layers of powerful protection to proactively stop online threats before they infect your computer.
  • Scans links in Facebook
    Scans your News Feed for dangerous downloads and links to unsafe websites and warns you and your Facebook friends about them

  • Insight—Stops new online threats before they cause you trouble by checking where files came from and how long they’ve been around.
  • Download Insight 2.0—Protects your PC from dangerous applications before you install them by telling you if they are harmful or unstable.
  • Norton Management—A cloud based feature that enables you to download, install, transfer, update or renew Norton products from anywhere right over the Internet.
  • Norton Safe Web—Proactively protects you while you surf the Web by warning of and blocking unsafe and fake websites in your search results.
  • Network Threat Protection—Detects threats as they travel over a network and eliminates them before they reach your computer.
  • Browser Protection—Proactively protects you by checking for and blocking online threats as your browser loads, to stop them before they do damage.
  • SONAR 4 Behavioural Protection—Monitors your computer for suspicious behaviour to quickly and accurately detect new threats and stop them in their tracks.
  • Norton Safe Web for Facebook—Scans your News Feed for dangerous downloads and links to unsafe websites and warns you and your Facebook friends about them.
  • Norton Identity Safe—Secures, remembers, and automatically enters your website user names and passwords to prevent cybercriminals from stealing your information as you type. Now includes an online version, so you can share logins among additional PCs protected by Norton Internet Security 2012.
  • Bandwidth Management—Limits noncritical Norton updates when you connect to 3G networks to avoid using up your monthly data allotment or causing overage fees.
  • Norton Control Centre—Gives you easy access to program settings and Web-based Norton services from your choice of a standard detailed view or a new simplified view.

The Norton Advantage

Norton is a recognised leader in industry-leading security software that protects PC users against a variety of threats and harmful attacks. We at Symantec continually strive to improve Norton products, with a focus on performance and effective memory utilisation that separates us from the competition.

With these subscription-based services, protection updates and new product features are delivered throughout the subscription period to protect our customers against new threats. We also back our products by offering technical support at no charge to provide quick answers and solve problems for users.

These features—combined with our experience, the Symantec Global Intelligence Network, and award-winning technology—inspire confidence and trust in Norton from Symantec. Those who want the most comprehensive security available choose Norton products.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

153 of 156 people found the following review helpful By Frank Christensen on 1 Jan. 2012
I have used this product for several years now and I have no plans to change this. What bothers (and amuses) me a little each year is Symantec's renewal policy. At the end of the license period a window warning me that the license is about to expire pops up each time the computer is started. With a few clicks you can renew the license for about £50. However the same product can be bought on Amazon for £17,99 including shipment of the CD to Denmark. I'm sure that customers that did the renewal and then find out about this will feel absolutely ripped-off.
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65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By MalcolmB on 20 Dec. 2011
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Norton used to use too many resources and slow computers, but the last two years have seen a dramatic improvement. I now choose NIS as it is effective at protecting my system without slowing it down. Do watch that Norton set up auto renewal each year and this is very expensive. I bought this years copy frm Amazon for under £30 and was auto renewed for most £50!!! After a number of calls to Norton, I finally got a compromised refund. In future I will make certain that I untick the renewal box.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Colin TOP 500 REVIEWER on 15 Dec. 2011
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I bought my laptop 3 years ago and it came with a subscription to McAfee. Last year I changed to AVG2011 and I certainly liked AVG more than McAfeee, but I found the anti-spam filter was becoming quite unmangeable in the last 3 months or so - missing regular spam, and flagging many of my non-spam mails as spam. Also AVG was causing long delays in starting up Outlook and some other programmes.
I saw that over the last 12 months that Norton has been getting very good reviews in the "computer press" and so I decided to change.
So far, after 6 weeks, I am happy that I did so.

Installation was easy and straightforward. I found options/settings menus for Norton are not immediately intuitive. Basically I wanted to set regular update checks, set regulkar scans, alerts etc etc. I had to use the help menus a bit to figure it all out, and I was not satisfied withthe default settings.
However, once set, I have been very very happy with the programme.
- I dont observe the same slow-down when starting up Outlook or other programmes.
- It picks up and cleans tracking cookies regularly
- just over last 2-3 days it has actively blocked a couple of trojans.
- Overall it does not impact the performance of my computer anywhere near as much as other programmes that I have used.

ONE thing that I am less than satisfied with: the programme will automatically scan any flash-drive or other removable media that is connected, BUT it only reports this if it finds a problem. There is no visible evidence either during the scan or after, that this automatic scan has taken place. There is nothing in the history reports.
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By F. Patel TOP 500 REVIEWER on 21 Sept. 2011
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I actually haven't bought Norton Internet Security 2012, but rather updated my 2011 version which I installed in May of this year. Well to be honest I was most impressed with both the 2010 and 2011 versions which have shed the heavy processor image that Norton was infamous for. An from the looks of things this latest iteration continues with that low processor usage. Upgrading was relatively a very simple affair, I logged into my Norton account (Which you have to activate when you initially load the program) and simply clicked the upgrade program icon. It was simple as that.

The control panel has had a revamp and is easier to use. (Not that the old one was any problem) I ran a full scan and my 4 year old computer (Dual core Intel /Windows Vista/150Gb HD) completed it in around 30 minutes. Now that was a first scan, which usually takes a long time, so most impressed with that.

This version offers a few thing I didn't notice with the 2011 version. Mobile protection for your Android phone. However clicking on the button simply whisks you away to the Android market where you can download the lite version of the program for free (Naturally The full mobile phone version you have to pay for)

It also includes a link to an internet backup service, however that too has to be paid for and honestly you'd be better off purchasing a portable hard drive, however that would entail copying your HD contents over on a regular basis. Something the average person will not do.Another nice touch is the inclusion of a start up manager, which allows you to disable those pesky programs which feel that they have a right to be included in your computer start up thus slowing your computer up something awful.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By James on 30 Mar. 2012
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Let me first of all say that the software works. At least, it seems to keep out the attackers. But not having tried anything else, I've nothing to compare it with.

Where I find Norton irritating is after installation, when it persistently reminds you to create a Norton Account. This means registering with Symantec. It keeps pestering you until you do it. Luckily you can register as Donald Duck with a bogus email address and the reminder goes away.

Then every so often Norton re-installs itself from the internet with an updated version of itself. I'm not just talking about new virus definitions, but an updated version number of the program. All in the interests of keeping one step ahead of the hackers, but it also places its icons back on the desktop (where you probably already decided you didn't want it) and in the Programs section of the Start Menu. If you customized your menu's, you will then have to re-customize them. It doesn't happen all that often, but you'll most likely give in and leave the icons where Norton thinks they ought to be, rather than where you think they ought to be. Not many people will care about it anyway.

So, just petty irritations you need to put up with for a clever piece of software that seems to work. I've used it (and cussed at it) for years without any virusses getting in.

And by the way, when you are coming to the end of your subscription, ignore Norton's repeated doom and gloom popups wanting you to renew at their website. Unless you really want to pay through the nose. Better just buy a new copy of Norton at Amazon, as a present for Donald Duck...
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