SumTingWong

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I thought Norton already get rid of Norton Antivirus, Norton 360, Norton Internet Security name and put everything into Norton Security name to reduce confusion. Why is it still now?
 
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Slyguy

Level 41
I agree with Slyguy, it seems expensive to me. The version for 10 devices costs $ 200, extremely expensive and if you are not one of those who will make the most of Lifelock Advantage it is not worth the trouble.

Norton™ 360 Advantage
Mind you, if I was interested in the package, i'd pay that. But why? There isn't anything in it that can't be done with non-integrated solution in a more effective fashion.. Regardless of price.
 
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dash

Level 4
It's not a bad package, it's just pricey. I've been using it on and off since early December, I kind of lucked out (on price) when I combined my other licenses.
 
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Trooper

Level 6
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Gotcha. What have you moved onto? I just setup the new Norton 360 tonight at home. Assume default settings are still ok?
 
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dash

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Gotcha. What have you moved onto? I just setup the new Norton 360 tonight at home. Assume default settings are still ok?
I'm just using my Pixelbook fulltime now. My Windows machine is a Surface 3 (not Pro) and it's not much fun to use. [EDIT] I'm using Defender + HitmanPro.Alert on it right now though.

I always go through the settings and customize it to my liking, I've never followed a guide or anything.
 
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Trooper

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I'm just using my Pixelbook fulltime now. My Windows machine is a Surface 3 (not Pro) and it's not much fun to use. [EDIT] I'm using Defender + HitmanPro.Alert on it right now though.

I always go through the settings and customize it to my liking, I've never followed a guide or anything.
Gotcha thanks. Not sure if I am going to keep the Norton 360. A few quirks like the VPN does not even open when I went to check it out.
 
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