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Norton Internet Security 2012 goes beyond standard antivirus programming to provide users with a number of other features they may deem important. When all-around protections that include antivirus, identity protection and parental control features are desired, this particular software package is one well worth exploring. It includes many of the key technologies that make Norton AntiVirus 2012 a good purchase, but goes beyond to include a more holistic sphere of online and offline protections.
Product Title: Symantec Internet Security 2012 - Complete Product - 3 PC in One Household
Power Score: 4.2 | 7 Reviews
License Pricing: Standard
Language Support: English
Software Name: Internet Security 2012
Upgrade Information: Not Applicable
Software Main Type: Security
Brand Name: Norton
Product Reviews (7)
I like the way it opens up on the screen.
By mar1 on HP - Aug 19, 2012
I was able to install it.Features are the best.
By HAPPYIHAVENORTON on HP - Mar 25, 2012
Cost effective software product, but tedious installation process. Try to streamline it.
By Doofus on HP - Mar 9, 2012
A Must Have!
I have tried most of all the Internet Security products over the years, and Norton Internet Security 2012 is the ONLY one I will EVER buy again. 5 Star across the board!
By FY59 on HP - Feb 19, 2012
Symantec Unethical Order Practices: BE CAREFUL!!!
Weakness: Unethical business practices
I purchased norton anti virus approximately one year ago. I thought I made a simple purchase. A couple of days ago I received an email saying my Norton was about to expire. I deleted the email. A couple of days later, I received another email saying that my credit card was automatically charged the FULL retail price of Norton.I never signed up for a renewal. When I spoke to the Symantec rep he...
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I purchased norton anti virus approximately one year ago. I thought I made a simple purchase. A couple of days ago I received an email saying my Norton was about to expire. I deleted the email. A couple of days later, I received another email saying that my credit card was automatically charged the FULL retail price of Norton.I never signed up for a renewal. When I spoke to the Symantec rep he said the email, the one that I deleted, gave me the option of opting out, that they gave me notification. He also claimed that I signed up for an automatic subscribtion renewal, something I would NEVER do. The only way that could have happened is if they tricked me with a little tiny box at the bottom of the page that I had no idea even existed.Another thing you should know is that although Symantec makes a tremendous profit from American consumers and are HQed in California, all product support is in the Phillipines.
By anonymous; - Feb 17, 2012