App Review Norton Security 360

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Product name
Norton Security 360
Installation (rating)
5.00 star(s)
User interface (rating)
5.00 star(s)
Accessibility notes
Very clear and nice interface.
Everything is quickly accessible, and it is very configurable!
Performance (rating)
5.00 star(s)
Core Protection (rating)
5.00 star(s)
Proactive protection (rating)
5.00 star(s)
Additional Protection notes
Norton has many defensive shields (Auto-Protect, SONAR, Download Insight, Web Protection etc)
Browser protection (rating)
5.00 star(s)
Positives
    • Low impact on system resources
    • Lightning fast scans
    • Highly configurable
    • Easy to use
    • Simple and non-intrusive
    • Ransomware protection
    • Strong and reliable protection
    • Detects or blocks in the wild malware
    • Consistently high test scores
    • Accurate results and reliable antivirus engine
    • Effective malicious URL blocking
    • Virus signatures are updated daily
    • Excellent scores in independent tests
    • Effective malware removal
    • Well designed, clear and easy to use interface
    • Multi-layer protection approach
Negatives
    • Can be costly to run
Time spent using product
Reviewed over a 30-day period
Computer specs
VMWare Workstation Pro 16
AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
8Go dedied to 32Go DDR4
MSI GeForce RTX 2060 XS OC
Recommended for
  1. All types of users
  2. High-end or medium spec PCs
Overall rating
5.00 star(s)
F

ForgottenSeer 94654

I know very well what AMSI is, please don't take me for a fool....
I never said you were a fool. You are putting words into my mouth again.

With proper AMSI integration, downloading a file should not be necessary. More sophisticated script attacks download and run a malicious script in memory only; no file ever touches the file system.

Every single time a lab tests AMSI, Norton fails. And it is common knowledge that Norton does not do well against scriptors. Perhaps you should read the many threads about it here at MT in the Norton sub-forum.
 

Shadowra

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Sep 2, 2021
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I never said you were a fool. You are putting words into my mouth again.

With proper AMSI integration, downloading a file should not be necessary. More sophisticated script attacks download and run a malicious script in memory only; no file ever touches the file system.

Every single time a lab tests AMSI, Norton fails. And it is common knowledge that Norton does not do well against scriptors. Perhaps you should read the many threads about it here at MT in the Norton sub-forum.

I just told you that I know what AMSI is...
And if you think I'm an idiot with your airs and graces!
You know, I read you on the forum, and I see how you respond to people....
If you don't realize it, there's a problem.
 

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