SumTingWong

Level 24
Verified
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?
 

Slyguy

Level 43
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.

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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.
 

Trooper

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

dash

Level 4
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

Level 6
Verified
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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